The Silicon Review
In the real-world, virtual environments fit a very specific niche, and in no way should dominate the datacenter. Security is implemented at the machine level and kept quite simple. The network is usually relatively easy to administer; it's a part-time job for a member of the group. There are no complex interactions between servers, so it is easy to identify failures they're either on the client or on the local server.
Supermicro is the leading innovator in high-performance, high-efficiency server technology is a premier provider of advanced Server Building Block Solutions for Data Center, Cloud Computing, Enterprise IT, Hadoop/Big Data, HPC and Embedded Systems worldwide. Supermicro is committed to protecting the environment through its "We Keep IT Green®" initiative and provides customers with the most energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly solutions available on the market. As a global leader in high performance, high-efficiency server technology, and innovation the firm develops and provides end-to-end green computing solutions to the data center, cloud computing, enterprise IT, big data, HPC, and embedded markets.
Supermicro's Resource-Saving Architecture
IT managers are increasingly seeking out suppliers of high performance, cost-effective, and energy-efficient Green IT products. Their primary objective is to reduce skyrocketing data center operational costs, a large proportion of which are energy-related costs. As these energy costs continue to escalate, users will need to spend significantly more to power and cool their server hardware than they require purchasing it.
Supermicro's Resource-Saving Architecture continues the tradition of leading the market with Green IT innovation that helps the environment as well as provides TCO savings for its customers. To maximize the impact, the firm has introduced an overall architecture that optimizes data center power, cooling, and shared resources and refreshes cycles. This innovative approach focuses on reusing system enclosures, enabling the modular refresh of subsystems and using optimized extended life subsystems, including networking, storage, cooling, fans, and power supplies. By disaggregating CPU and memory, each resource can be refreshed independently allowing data centers to reduce refresh cycle costs.
Revolutionary solutions provided by Supermicro
Supermicro High-Performance Computing (HPC) Solutions
Supermicro offers customized solution designs that meet and exceed even the most daunting challenges in HPC design and deployment. From practical and efficient clusters to supercomputers, an extensive lineup of high-performance servers and storage products allow them to create unique configurations to tackle any elastic workload. Supermicro's First-to-Market strategy guarantees that their customers always benefit from the latest and greatest technologies.
Supermicro is actively innovating in building HPC solutions. From design to implementation, the company optimizes every aspect of each solution. Its advantages include a wide range of building blocks, from motherboard design to system configuration, to fully integrated rack and liquid cooling systems. Using this tremendous array of versatile building blocks, the company focus on providing solutions tailored to the customers' need. At Supermicro, they take pride in building HPC solutions from the ground up.
Supermicro® Total Solution for Canonical OpenStack
Canonical OpenStack provides the easiest way to design, deploy, manage, scale, and upgrade OpenStack clouds. Supermicro and Canonical have partnered to deliver OpenStack on Ubuntu, the most popular platform for OpenStack deployments. Canonical is committed to OpenStack by producing high-quality releases of OpenStack on a cadence with OpenStack Foundation releases.
Supermicro Hadoop Solutions
Supermicro Hadoop clusters, a series of optimized big data solutions that provide high performance, high reliability, and high scalability. Supermicro Hadoop solutions are fully integrated, fully optimized, and completely tested turnkey clusters with flexible support packages available to meet customer-specific requirements.
Supermicro Hadoop clusters feature industry proven high density compute and storage servers populated with best of breed components selected through extensive engineering design, validation, and testing. Certified configurations take the guesswork out of designing and deploying a truly scalable Big Data compute and storage infrastructure that meets the most demanding enterprise IT and data center environments.
Supermicro Software Defined Storage Solutions
The storage landscape is evolving from premium priced proprietary hardware and software solutions to open industry-standard hardware and the benefits are significant: reduced vendor lock-in, significantly open innovation with new technologies like all NVMe solutions. Supermicro's extensive storage platform is used by leading storage vendors and major hyperscale datacenters.
Supermicro® Total Solution for Machine Learning
Supermicro and Canonical have partnered to deliver solutions that feature TensorFlow machine learning. This solution is built and validated with Supermicro SuperServers, SuperStorage systems, and Supermicro Ethernet switches that are optimized for performance and designed to provide the highest levels of reliability, quality, and scalability.
The mastermind behind the triumph of Supermicro
Charles Liang is the Founder, President, Chairman of the board, and also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Supermicro. Mr. Liang has been developing server system architectures and technologies for the past two decades. From July 1991 to August 1993, Mr. Liang was President and Chief Design Engineer of Micro Center Computer Inc., a high-end motherboard design and manufacturing company. From January 1988 to April 1991, Mr. Liang was Senior Design Engineer and Project Leader for Chips & Technologies, Inc., a chipset technology company, and Suntek Information International Group, a system, and software development company. Mr. Liang has been granted many server technology patents. He holds an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University of Science & Technology in Taiwan.