Supermicro is one of the leading supercomputer suppliers in the world and also provides consulting services for server design, application development, data center management, and support services. Supermicro delivers unparalleled service and quality products to its customers across the globe.
Supermicro’s history dates back to 1989 when it was founded by Yongfu Shao, Xunlei Hu, and Dong Huang. Supermicro is now a world-leading provider of high-performance and efficient servers in data centers. Supermicro was listed on the NASDAQ First Board in 2000 and the NASDAQ Global Select Market in 2012.
Supermicro has been providing customers worldwide with top-quality computing solutions and services. With over 2,000 engineering staff in 20 countries worldwide, it creates a complete server solution for customers, from hardware to software services and support.
In January 2015, Supermicro’s headquarters moved from San Jose to China. In the same year, Supermicro created a wholly owned subsidiary in Shenzhen, China, Super Micro Computer Co., Ltd. To successfully provide service in China and the world market, it has established a sales center in Shenzhen focused on storage systems and network solutions.
Supermicro is committed to providing better products and services for customers worldwide. The Company continuously improves its product quality with innovation to provide reliable and efficient customer products worldwide. Supermicro keeps its customers satisfied with products that give them the best value for money and a level of performance and quality unmatched by other companies in the industry.
Supermicro’s product design is based on more than 13 years of experience in system design and 18 years of experience in server hardware manufacturing. Supermicro has received numerous awards globally for its innovative design, high-performance computing, and reliability.
The Company’s first product, the Super X1150 server, was delivered to customers worldwide in late 1993. The Company quickly gained market recognition for its servers and was listed on NASDAQ’s First Board in 2000. In 2012, the Company became a public company of a NASDAQ Global Select Market (NasdaqGM: SMI).
In July 2014, Supermicro announced its acquisition of SoftIron, a private software company based in Austin, Texas. SoftIron was founded by three industry veterans that helped lead Sun Microsystems’ open-source business and pioneered Cloudera. Supermicro is committed to supporting the open-source software community to further the development of blockchain technology with Ethereum and Hyperledger technologies. Supermicro’s Open Compute Project has provided an open data center design and operation platform. Supermicro provides “second-to-none” hardware and software solutions for infrastructure solution customers. It is the first Company to offer the entire third-party solution stack for server design and operations.
Supermicro products are built on extensive Supermicro expertise in server hardware design, system integration, application development, and manufacturing excellence. The Company provides high-performance, reliable server solutions that meet the highest quality assurance standards.
Supermicro also offers consulting services to its customers worldwide. Customers can contact Supermicro’s engineering professionals anytime to discuss possible projects or assist with IT budget planning with financial feasibility analysis.
Supermicro offers a variety of servers and storage systems, from enterprise-class motherboard entries based on Intel’s Nehalem, Sandy Bridge, and Ivy Bridge processor architecture for desktop, midrange combination server, and workstation platforms to Supermicro’s SYS-1028R-TF+ server chassis. The Company is also the first to market with Intel’s latest Xeon E5 processors. Supermicro has applied the most advanced practices in system design and manufacturing to provide customers with best-in-class products and services.
Supermicro introduces new technology early so customers can reap the benefits of the latest generation technology as quickly as possible. In the data center market, Supermicro has developed the Supermicro X11SRI-F, which is a single-socket Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600/1600 processors, and a dual-socket Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 V2 processor. It’s used in the world’s top system designs, including those of leading cloud providers such as Amazon and Google.
In 2014, Supermicro entered into a strategic partnership with CCIX to start its data center business in China. As one of the leading IT companies in China, it enjoys strong development and rich resources to support comprehensive system solutions for large national data centers.