Supermicro — the company that makes the node boards inside many of the supercomputers you buy from other vendors today — is talking about big expansions east and west at ISC this week.
On Monday the company announced an expansion into Europe with a new integration service
Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), the global leader in server technology innovation and green computing, announced the formal opening of its Netherlands system integration logistics center to better service its European customers. Driven by strong demand from the company’s entire EMEA customer base, Supermicro just doubled its logistics capacity last year. “The additional value of a local European system integration facility to produce Supermicro’s advanced technology systems gives our customers localized supply and time to market advantages as well as a more competitive solution,” said Charles Liang, CEO and president of Supermicro. “We are pleased to increase the competitive advantages for our EMEA customers and to meet their dynamic demands for application-optimized solutions.”
And Tuesday they matched that with an announced expandsion of its Asia Pacific region operations
Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), the global leader in server technology innovation 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 large-scale expansion includes the addition of over one million square feet of space to the current facilities.