Supermicro Develops Workload Optimized Solutions with Intel – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 175

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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Jim Sangster, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Supermicro, joins Intel’s Conversations in the Cloud to talk about their broad product line of servers and storage platforms and how their offering of Intel Select Solutions simplifies the process of implementing and deploying solutions that are workload optimized for their customers.

Supermicro always strives to be first to market with new technologies. Jim talks about how Intel Optane DC persistent memory will be a game changer–how it provides significantly more memory capabilities, it’s persistent and less expensive than DRAM.

Jim covers two new Intel Select Solutions they will be offering soon: VMware vSAN and SAP HANA—both built on Intel 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors. He also touches on their AI product line—what’s available and the infinite possibilities using AI.

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