Supermicro MicroCloud, A New AMD Powered Server

Eight AMD Ryzen AM5 Nodes In One Chassis

Yesterday NVIDIA showed off their MGX HPC server design, a reworking of the old rack mount chassis design to accommodate modern components.   Today we can see a different design specifically for AMD, the Supermicro MicroCloud 3U chassis designed to run multiple nodes in a single enclosure.   The reason for the 3U form factor is that the eight separate single-socket AMD Ryzen AM5 nodes are installed vertically and that gives enough space for the components as well as two 3.5″ bays.

The internal connectivity between the nodes is handled by a…

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