Supermicro breaks ground for new facility spanning 800,000 square feet
Category: #business  By Nikita Chaurasia  Date: 2019-04-29
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Supermicro breaks ground for new facility spanning 800,000 square feet

San Jose-based IT company Super Micro Computer, Inc., has made it to the headlines for officially inaugurating its all-new new 800,000-square foot establishment in Taiwan. The firm, in conjunction, is also further expanding its headquarters in Silicon Valley, that presently spans over one million square feet, comprising design, engineering, and manufacturing.

As per authentic reports, the new building is speculated to help expand hardware and software R&D, production capacity, and support the latest products and technologies. Some of these include the prestigious EDSFF all-flash NVMe and RSD2 – the IT firm’s Resource-Saving Designs optimized with Rack Scale Design in a bid to offer excellent efficiency and performance and lower environmental impact.

Charles Liang, President & CEO, Supermicro, has been reported to state that with the company’s operations continuing to depict a revolutionary growth, as is evident from the global shipments of over 1.2 million server & storage systems in 2018, surging its production capacity and capabilities is highly pivotal. The headquarters at San Jose, along with the new facility of the company in Taiwan, will pave the way for rack scale integration plug and play capabilities and additional capacity, ensuring that the firm would be positioned strong enough to deliver the best services to its cloud, datacenter, and enterprise customers.

For the uninitiated, Supermicro's Corporate Headquarters are inclusive of engineering, manufacturing and customer services, thereby making Supermicro the solo Tier 1 systems vendor that builds its servers across Silicon Valley and other regions worldwide. The establishment being constructed presently is the third of the five facilities that are under construction, and will apparently be completed by the end of 2019.

Incidentally, the IT company also boasts of offering the industry's broadest server and storage solution portfolio, including the SuperBlade® and BigTwin™ product lines.

The groundbreaking ceremony in Taiwan recorded the presence of more than 200 people including business and government dignitaries.

Source Credits: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/supermicro-announces-expansion-of-silicon-valley-corporate-headquarters-and-groundbreaking-for-new-800-000-square-foot-building-in-taiwan-300838837.html

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