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TMCNet:  Supermicro Opens New Technology Campus and Asia-Pacific Operations Center in Taiwan

[June 04, 2010]

Supermicro Opens New Technology Campus and Asia-Pacific Operations Center in Taiwan

Jun 04, 2010 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Super Micro Computer, Inc. (Supermicro), a company specializing in server technology and green computing, announced that it is expanding its Asia-Pacific operations center and new technology campus in Taiwan.

The company announced new system integration services last month, and the first phase of this expansion includes the addition of over one million square feet of space to the current facilities.

"Our superior product performance has created strong customer demand throughout Asia and the Pacific Rim," said Charles Liang, CEO and president of Supermicro. "To address this demand, we are expanding our Asia-Pacific operations center to provide our customers with more localized supply and time-to-market advantages. Supermicro is very excited to share this business opportunity along with our latest product advancements at Computex." Supermicro said its latest 2U enterprise server packs the industry's best features into a single rackmount system. Powered by redundant 920-watt Platinum power supplies, this server supports eight hot-swap 3.5" SAS 2.0 (6 Gb/s SAS) hard drives with onboard hardware RAID 5. It also features dual 10GbE ports, 18 DDR3 memory slots, and onboard IPMI 2.0 with media and KVM-over-LAN support. Supermicro also offers 1U versions of this server that support eight 2.5" or four 3.5" hot-swap hard drives and three expansion cards (two full-size and one low-profile).

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