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Welcome to immerse into the future of computing by entering the Supermicro virtual events"

4 April 2021

The webinars will include how the latest advancements in system hardware accelerate performance increases from the data center to the 5G edge

You will know the deployment of solutions to meet the requirements for the full spectrum of workloads such as 5G/Telco, AI, HPC, big data analysis, streaming and content delivery, and virtualization and general enterprise applications.You will deep dive into our product experts' technical live demos, including Supermiro's AIOM for flexible and blazing fast networking, the next generation server orchestration and management software, rapid data center deployment through the comprehensive rack integration process, and the leading 5G Edge server designs. Powered by Supermicro and Intel®.

Vision for the Future of Computing – Performance Begins Now!

Apr 6 2021, 8:00pm

Supermicro CEO Charles Liang and Intel® Executive Vice President and General Manager of Data Center Platform Group, Navin Shenoy will share their vision for the future of computing.

Solving for Cloud to 5G Edge Innovation

Apr 7 2021, 8:00pm

This interview will reveal how a leading operator has implemented its new 5G network with the latest and most advanced technology from Supermicro and Intel®.

Speakers:
Caroline Chan, Intel Vice President;
Siddhartha Chenumolu, Dish Network Vice President;
Mory Lin, Supermicro GM.

Performance Begins Now- Live Demo

Apr 8 2021, 8:00pm

Supermicro's Jerry Dien, director of server products, and our product leaders demonstrate our latest hardware and software technologies designed to set new workloads performance, ready for fast deployment for Cloud, AI, HPC, and 5G Edge.

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