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SERVING THE EDGE


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upermicro’s IP65 enclosure- based servers for 5G RAN,


AI inferencing and other edge- focused applications are suited to harsh outdoor environments, as the infrastructure is slowly being established. Based on Intel Xeon D and 2nd generation Intel Xeon processors, these will look to support the industry’s movement toward open-source software and disaggregated hardware. “Supermicro’s highly


configurable SuperServers present data centre and telco operators with new deployment options” said Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro: “These solutions continue Supermicro’s ambitions in creating high performance, effi


ffi cient IT


solutions for a reduced total cost of ownership (TCO).”


Based on Supermicro’s Building Block Solutions, these 5G systems can be configured with a variety of processor and memory


combinations so that customers can tailor their solutions to push data centre remote management to the edge. Supermicro has


extensive experience with popular virtualisation and container software,w to effi


ffi ciently facilitate


these interactions, and has multiple servers certifi


fi ed NGC-


Ready for the edge to extend AI capabilities across both public and private networks.


Supermicro Supermicro www.supermicro.com


A COLLABORATION ON CONNECTIVITY


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arvell and Samsung are building on their partnership through the expansion of the Radio Access Network (RAN) infrastructure. This includes a number of baseband and transport processing solutions for base stations, based on Marvell’s Octeon and Octeon Fusion technologies. The smaller applications are in addition to Marvell and Samsung’s development of radio unit architectures, looking to meet the demands of MIMO deployments and their beam


algorithms. These come as a result of the challenges facing network operators in the institution of a 5G network infrastructure that brings higher spectrum frequencies, larger MIMO antenna arrays and super low latencies. “Marvell believes that a close collaboration with Samsung has allowed both companies to excel in the 5G infrastructure market,” said Raghib Hussain, chief strategy offi cer and executive vice president of the networking and processors group at Marvell.


Marvell www.marvell.com Samsung www.samsung.com


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