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Supermicro Ultra SuperServer® is Supermicro's 11th-generation, high-performance general-purpose server. Ultra is designed to deliver superior performance, flexibility, scalability and serviceability in demanding IT environments, and to power critical enterprise workloads.

Unmatched performance: support for two scalable second-generation Intel® Xeon® processors with up to 28 cores per socket and up to 6 TB of ECC DDR4 memory in 24 DIMM slots with support for Intel® Optane Technology makes Ultra designed to handle demanding and complex workloads . Ultra is available in NVMe all-flash configurations, where users can benefit from reduced latency and increased IOP. With NVMe, it is possible to increase storage latency by up to 7 times and increase throughput by up to 6 times.1 The ROI benefits from NVMe deployments are immediate and significant.

Exceptional flexibility: Discover the freedom to adapt to different workloads with the versatile Supermicro Ultra system. Enhance your server environment with the perfect combination of computing power, memory and storage performance, network flexibility and serviceability. This highly scalable system provides excellent expansion and storage options with our patented vertical system. With support for multiple additional PCIe cards, the Ultra future-proofs your business with ever-changing computing and storage. This Ultra server is designed to handle any workload in any number of demanding environments.

Continued reliability and ease of service: Achieve higher levels of high availability and storage with the latest scalable Intel® Xeon® processors, ECC DDR4 memory modules, hot-swappable drive bays with NVMe support and energy-efficient redundant power supplies. Designed from the ground up as enterprise grade, Ultra is fully equipped with energy-efficient components and built-in redundancy.

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