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Supermicro expands its IoT embedded systems utilizing Intel Atom x7000RE CPUs

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Supermicro expands its IoT embedded systems utilizing Intel Atom x7000RE CPUs

Supermicro, an IT solutions manufacturer specializing in AI, has launched a new product line of IoT embedded systems. These systems utilize the Intel Atom x7000RE central processing units to meet the growing demands of edge artificial intelligence workloads. The solutions are designed to perform efficiently in environments where processing vast amounts of data generated at the edge of the network is required.

The new systems, SYS-E100 and SYS-E102, feature up to 8 cores, which is double that of their predecessors. Despite their small form factor, these systems offer features such as up to 16GB DDR5 memory, two independent HDMI ports, and multiple USB 3.2 ports.

“We continue to expand our system product line, which now includes servers that are optimized for the edge and can handle the demanding workloads where massive amounts of data are generated,” says Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro.

Supermicro has also introduced two new systems tailored for edge deployments. The first is the 1U SYS-111AD-WRN2, a cost-effective option for AI inference workloads. Equipped with 13th/14th gen Intel Core processors and up to 128GB of memory, it is designed to handle complex data processing tasks.

The second system, the SYS-E403-13E, is designed to deliver data center-level performance in a compact form factor. It can support 5th/4th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors and is a compelling solution for scenarios where high computational power is needed at the edge, such as for real-time analytics, machine learning model inferencing, and other AI-driven tasks.

Earlier this year, Supermicro introduced a range of AI solutions that enhance edge computing environments. These servers are designed for optimal application performance and equipped with Nvidia GPUs, simplifying the process of refining pre-trained models and enabling AI inference solutions deployment at the edge.

Supermicro showcased its latest systems at the Embedded World expo held in Nuremberg, Germany.

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