Would you and your customers like to get faster delivery of Supermicro rackmount systems while also helping the environment?
Now you can.
Supermicro recently announced that it has expanded its capacity and can now provide 5,000 fully integrated, liquid-cooled racks per month. That’s because Supermicro now has integration facilities in four countries: the United States, Taiwan, Netherlands and Malaysia.
Supermicro also keeps in stock a certain number of commonly ordered rack configurations, what the company calls “golden SKUs.”
Between those systems and the company’s global locations, Supermicro can now deliver its rackmount systems both faster and over shorter distances. For example, Supermicro could ship a system to a customer in, say, Michigan from its Silicon Valley facility rather than from halfway around the world from Taiwan.
That shorter shipping distance also means less fuel needed and less polluting greenhouse gas produced. That’s an environmental win-win.
Get rolling with a rack
You can rely on Supermicro for data center IT solutions including on-site delivery, deployment, integration and benchmarking to achieve optimal operational efficiency.
Here’s how Supermicro’s rack delivery works in 3 steps:
Step 1: You start with proven reference designs for rapid installation while considering your clients' unique business objectives.
Step 2: You then work collaboratively with Supermicro-qualified experts to design optimized solutions for specific workloads. A prototype is designed and created for small-scale testing.
Step 3: Upon delivery, the racks need only be connected to power, networking and the liquid-cooling infrastructure. In other words, it’s a nearly seamless plug-and-play methodology.
Two areas of special interest for Supermicro are AI and liquid cooling. For AI, Supermicro plans to support AMD’s forthcoming MI300X GPU/CPU system, expected to be formally announced later this year. As for liquid cooling, it’s a technology Supermicro expects will soon be adopted by as many as 1 in 5 data centers worldwide as CPUs and GPUs continue to get hotter.
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