Supermicro CEO Details Green Computing Strategy, Manufacturing Expansion, New Rack Scale Plug and Play Solutions, and Complete Product Portfolio Refresh to Support the Latest Generation of CPUs and GPUs at Computex 2021 Virtual
Super Micro Computer, Inc. (Nasdaq: SMCI), a global leader in enterprise computing, storage, networking, and green computing technology, is doubling its manufacturing capacity to meet worldwide server and storage demand as Cloud, AI, and 5G/Edge drives unprecedented growth in new data and applications. Expansion at both the US and Taiwan campuses is near completion, with full production targeted for Summer 2021.
Rack Scale Plug and Play Solutions Bring The Performance, Efficiency, Quality, and Cost Advantages of Commercial Off the Shelf Solutions to Data Center Design and Operation; With 1000s of Racks Already Deployed, These Turn-Key Rack Solutions Deliver Cloud Like Simplicity With The Performance, Security, and Cost Advantages of an On-Prem Infrastructure
Demand is increasing for a cloud-native data center infrastructure with the performance, efficiency, and the superior TCO of at-scale on-prem systems that can be delivered as a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solution. Data center solutions require integrating many diverse products and technologies, including servers, storage, networking, and software, to deliver quality, performance, security, and scalability. Rack Scale Plug and Play Solutions provide a turn-key option designed and tested for specific workloads by a global team of Supermicro data center experts. The offerings include state-of-the-art options for superior performance, including new liquid-cooled configurations that deliver optimum efficiency and operate with lower costs and reduced environmental impact. Supermicro works directly with customers on the system architecture, workload demands, and final solution validation. Supermicro's manufacturing facility contains a complete 1-megawatt rack-level burn-in facility, incorporating L11/L12 testing, as well as benchmarking tools and experts.
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