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Supermicro Introduces RSD 2.1 With Pooled NVMe Storage

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Based off of Intel’s RSD, Supermicro’s version serves a similar purpose: allowing customers to manages racks of disaggregated servers, storage, and networking. RSD uses industry standard Redfish Restful APIs that remain consistent across different vendors and multiple server generations. The latest version now supports NVMe storage that in turn will lead to improved datacenter efficiency. The RSD 2.1 is also based on Intel’s RSD 2.1 specification, and according to the company marks the beginning of a paradigm shift to deploy truly disaggregated resource pools in large-scale data centers that dramatically improve datacenter efficiency, increase utilization and reduce costs.

 

 

 

Supermicro Introduces RSD 2.1 With Pooled NVMe Storage

 

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