Supermicro is a global provider of high-performance computer systems for commercial, enterprise, cloud computing, and mission-critical applications. Their products include server, networking, storage, and blade chassis systems designed to meet the varying requirements of their diverse set of market segments. They offer industry-leading open platform software and system management capabilities and flexible deployment options across public, private, and hybrid clouds. Built around the world-renowned Intel® Xeon® processor E7 product family, their innovative design allows them to deliver robust, reliable, secure, and energy efficient solutions that help their customers run applications faster, scale more efficiently, and make smarter business decisions. 

Private 5G: A private 5G UAV system consists of a GNSS receiver, a base station control unit, and a UAV (or drone) platform equipped with a 5G modem. The core component of this product is the base station control unit, which controls the UAV’s location, flight path, and mission operation. It provides functions such as receiving signals from the GNSS satellites, controlling the movement of the UAV by using GPS navigation information, sending commands to the UAV via Bluetooth connection, etc. Other key features that are included in the base station control unit are the user interface and a host computer (via RS232C serial communication) which allows operators to configure the UAV system, monitor status information, receive feedback reports about the mission results, download real-time video data and view live images sent back from the UAV’s camera during the operation. The base station control unit supports three modes of operation: autonomous mode, remote control mode, and offline mode. In autonomous mode, the UAV will fly without being controlled by human operators. In remote control mode, the operator sits behind a screen and remotely instructs the UAV to perform takeoff, landing, altitude change, etc. In offline mode, the operator does not need specific skills or experience to operate the UAV but needs to learn to send instructions through the host computer. The base station control units of this product offer several options for configuration. For example, the operator may choose to equip the UAV with a 5G modem with a much higher transmission rate than existing 4G solutions. Such devices usually consume less energy and provide better line-of-sight communications, especially in urban areas where many obstacles exist. They are ideal for applications requiring high bandwidth transmissions, such as IPTV service delivery, mobile broadcasting, etc.

High-Density Server: High-density servers are designed for use in datacenters where the power and heat generated by the server can pose serious challenges. This product includes everything needed to build a high-density server, including a microprocessor board, a motherboard, a power supply, memory modules, hard disks, operating system, BIOS, and optional accessories.

Multi-Processor Rackmount Server: The multi-processor rackmount server is designed to run multiple applications simultaneously. It comprises a combination of a CPU board, a motherboard, RAM modules, and optional peripherals such as hard disks, CD-ROMs, USB flash drives, and power adapters.

Dual Processor Rackmount Servers: These servers consist of a CPU board and a motherboard, similar to what we see in desktop PCs. However, unlike desktop PCs, the boards can be connected using a backplane connector.

Quadruple Processor Rackmount Server: The quadruple processor rackmount server contains four identical CPU boards on a common backplane.

Double Processor Rackmount Servers: The double processor rackmount server has two independent CPU boards, which means it can handle twice as much computing power as a regular rackmount server.

Enterprise Server: The enterprise server is designed for heavy-duty workloads, such as running complex algorithms or rendering high-definition videos. It consists of a combination of motherboards and a daughter board. It uses a high-performance CPU and large amounts of RAM and storage. The combination of these components results in outstanding performance and scalability when compared with individual units.

High-Performance Computing Solution: For researchers and scientists engaged in solving challenging problems in science and engineering, the HPCC solution provides state-of-the-art computing capabilities, such as petascale computing, exaflop-scale computing, and exascale computing.