January 15th, 2020 by Adam Armstrong
Supermicro SuperStorage 6019P-ACR12L+ Unboxing and Hardware Overview
The Supermicro SuperStorage 6019P-ACR12L+ has just found its way into our lab. This 1U server is designed for high density object storage as well as scale-out storage, Ceph/Hadoop, and Big Data Analytics. The server leverages the company’s X11-DDW-NT motherboard family that allows dual socket 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors (Cascade Lake), up to 3TB of ECC DDR4-2933MHz RAM, and supports Intel Optane DCPMM.
From a storage perspective, the system offers 12x 3.5" HDD bays, 4x 7mm NVMe SSD bays and an M.2 NVMe SSD boot drive. To get the most out of these drives, Supermicro supports 10GbE on the board in addition to 3 expansion card slots for faster NICs (1x HHHL, 2x FHHL).
The following is a video of the Supermicro SuperStorage 6019P-ACR12L+ as we take it from unboxing to powered on.
Supermicro SuperStorage 6019P-ACR12L+ Specifications
|Drives||12x 12TB Seagate Exos 3.5” HDDs
4x Samsung PM983 3.84TB 2.5” NVMe SSDs
1x Samsung PM983 960GB 2.5" NVMe SSD
|CPU||2x 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Gold 6240|
|Memory||16GB ECC DDR4-2933MHz|
|Connectivity||2x RJ45 10GBase-T LAN ports|
|Expansion||2x FHHL, 1x HHHL|
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