Supermicro SuperBlade 610P-1T2N

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Supermicro's SuperBlade Series are the High Integration, High Performance & High Throughput Blade systems.

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Supermicro SuperBlade 610P-1T2N

Supermicro's SuperBlade Series are the High Integration, High Performance & High Throughput Blade systems. The Supermicro SuperBlade 610P-1T2N supports the latest Intel Xeon Scalable Processors (3rd Generation).

Key Features:

  • Optimised thermal solution
  • Front Access Design
  • Disaggregated Design Architecture
  • Resource Saving - Enclosure, Management, Networking & PSU Reusable
  • Enhanced Security Features

 

Key Features

1x Intel 3rd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors 16x DIMM slots (2DPC) DDR4 3200 / Intel Optane Persistent Memory 200 Series Up to 2 GPUs per Blade Up to 4x 25G Ethernet

 

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  • CPU Family

    Intel Xeon Scalable

  • CPU Manufacturer

    Intel

  • CPU Series

    Intel Xeon Scalable (3rd Generation)

  • Form Factor

    6U

  • GPU Support

    1x double-width or 2x single-width GPUs

  • Manufacturer

    Supermicro

  • Memory Slots

    16x DIMM slots (2DPC)

  • Memory Speed

    3200MHz

  • Memory Type

    DDR4-3200

  • Networking

    4x 25G Ethernet connectivity

  • Product Range

    SuperBlade

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