Supermicro is the world’s second-largest server manufacturer as of November 2017 and the third-largest maker of motherboards, with a global market share of 6.6%. It has been a critical player in the Intel Xeon line since its launch in 1994, specializing primarily in servers and high-end computing solutions. Its products include motherboards to produce systems such as the ASUS Z9PE-D8 WS Workstation motherboard.
Supermicro was founded by two Taiwanese engineers that had studied electronics, computer science, and design at MIT. Supermicro offers more than 70 different products for over 50 other applications. The company has been a leading innovator in high-efficiency server design and manufacturing since 1993. With roots going back to 1984, Supermicro was founded to create premier high-end server systems in response to customer’s requests for increased value with decreased acquisition costs.See all information about Sw418
Products and Services
The company manufactures server boards at a competitive price and is committed to providing customers with the best technology possible with their products. Supermicro’s employees are encouraged to challenge themselves and design products that will better serve customers in the future.
Supermicro’s design and manufacture of innovative, high-quality server systems have won numerous industry awards. The latest and most visible award is the “Best Server Board” award at the Intel Developer Forum in 2016. The award was granted for the X10DRi-T4+ Xeon D-1540 System on Module (SOM) product, the first ever system on the module to ship with integrated Intel QuickAssist Technology (QAT). This unique combination of features is something only possible using a modular design. The 5G Core Processor in this SOM was the fastest and most powerful chipset on the market then. The award was a personal favorite of David Wu, Supermicro CEO, as it represents Supermicro’s commitment to our customers and the industry.
Supermicro is focused on making its customers successful every day by continuously advancing into new fields of technologies from 12 years ago when Supermicro started as a manufacturer of high-quality industrial components. Supermicro has more than 10,000 customers all over the world, including nine out of the top ten global server vendors.
Supermicro boards are designed to work with server-grade operating systems such as Windows Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. It is a famous manufacturer of GPU computing due to its support of multiple operating systems. Their 5G Core X series motherboards support multiple Operating Systems such as Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 10 (64-bit), RHEL7.3 / CentOS 7.3 (64-bit), SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2 (64-bit), and LENOVO(R) RED HAT(R) Linux Enterprise Server 6.6.
Besides the 5G Core X series motherboards, Supermicro is also receiving attention for its new PowerEdge R620 Series that supports the latest Intel Xeon E3-1200 v6 Series processors based on the Ivy Bridge-EP platform and will be available in Q1 2013. The 5G Core R620 Series provides significant computing performance improvements for high-density servers and is a perfect platform for data centers that demand the highest return on investment.
Goals and Future
Supermicro will continue to deliver steady improvements for its current and future products. The company strives to provide high-quality, highly functional products that make its customers happy. Supermicro’s 4th generation server motherboard has had seven design wins in the past ten months, with four 5G Core series motherboards and three C7x0 series motherboards for Intel Xeon E3-1200 v5 and v6 processors.
Supermicro’s products are available in over 30 countries and have won multiple awards at various international technology events. The company boasts a strong focus on innovation with a constant stream of new concepts, ideas, and solutions. Supermicro hopes its solid foundation will help it expand its global presence and design winning products that it can be proud of.