Supermicro’s latest, FatTwin server will handle up to 12x Intel Xeon Phi Co-processors. That is a ridiculous amount of parallel processing within the confines of a single, 4U server. Intel’s Many Integrated Core (MIC) technology has resulted in a number of high-performance computing platforms designed explicitly to harness the power of parallel processing.
Parallel Processing Capabilities
6 Xeon Phi Co-Processors Per Node
Supermicro’s latest, 4U FatTwin takes parallel processing to new limits by supporting an astonishing, 12x Xeon Phi Co-Processors. Unlike previous 4-Node models, this latest FatTwin server has only two nodes, each supporting a total of 6 x Xeon Phi Co-Processors. Not only that, this latest 2-Node, FatTwin utilizes the very latest and fastest E5-2600 v2, Ivy Bridge Processors by Intel.