Intel & Supermicro: Improving Data Center Performance with Disaggregated Computing – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 90

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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Michael McNerney, VP of Software Solutions and Network Security at Supermicro, joins Conversations in the Cloud to talk about disaggregated computing. Michael discusses Supermicro’s MicroBlade disaggregated architecture, which unlocks the interdependence between the major server subsystems, enabling the independent upgrade of CPU+memory, I/O, storage, and power/cooling. Jake and Michael highlight that MicroBlade’s disaggregated rack scale design optimizes data center refresh cycles and delivers better overall performance. Michael talks about Supermicro’s transition toward a more evergreen model that allows data centers to run at optimal efficiency, while being able to upgrade on independent cycles.

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