Radian Arc, Supermicro leverage GPU for telco edge cloud applications

Radian Arc, Supermicro leverage GPU for telco edge cloud applications

Australia-based Radian Arc, a cloud infrastructure provider, has collaborated with Supermicro, a manufacturer of server, storage 5G, and edge products, to combine Radian Arc’s proprietary GPU edge technology with Supermicro’s application-optimized systems. As a result of this partnership, the combined technology will provide an advanced infrastructure for developing cloud-based applications, machine learning, and the metaverse.

The jointly-developed edge cloud, which was showcased at the recent Mobile World Congress in Las Vegas,  is to be integrated with telecom operators to route information directly to the cell towers. This will enable 5G service providers to deliver wireless coverage at a lower latency for a wide range of applications.

“Together with AMD’s GPUs and our virtualized GPU solution, we can provide an unrivaled product for cloud gaming, metaverse, and other future-defining applications,” said David Cook, CEO of Radian Arc. “This collaboration is a milestone for both Radian Arc and Supermicro in expanding cloud capabilities of telecommunications operators around the world.”

The solution also aims to increase the compatibility of high-performance AMD GPUs with 5G infrastructure. Supermicro’s disaggregated servers are designed to support the growing compute needs of enterprises to leverage the 5G connectivity for their edge use cases. Both companies believe the combination of Radian Arc’s GPU edge technology and AMD’s GPUs will offer an efficient, optimized, and cost-effective solution.

Radian Arc and Supermicro collaboration will help telecommunication operators to extend their cloud capabilities while capitalizing on the edge data to provide high performance with a lower cost of ownership. Radian Arc deploys GPU compute, storage, and networking infrastructure inside the telecom service provider networks.

“Supermicro’s collaboration with Radian Arc delivers industry-leading cloud infrastructure platforms for cloud gaming, machine learning, and metaverse customers,” said Don Clegg, senior vice president for worldwide sales at Supermicro.

At Embedded World 2022, Supermicro announced a new range of edge systems– an upgraded version of IP65 outdoor edge systems and the Hyper-E product family. At the same time, the company also said that its SuperEdge edge platform would be commercially available for public use.

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