Customers can work with Supermicro engineers in this consolidated campus, which includes an onsite data center, to develop, test, and create the optimal mix of on-premises, colocation, and public cloud workload scenarios for tomorrow's corporate challenges.
FREMONT, CA: Super Micro Computer, Inc. (SMCI) provides premier provider of advanced Server Building Block Solutions® for Enterprise Data Center, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, and Edge Computing Systems worldwide. Supermicro is dedicated to environmental protection through its "We Keep IT Green®" initiative and offers customers the most energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly solutions on the market.
Supermicro (SMCI) is adding a new facility to its multi-location US headquarters campus in San Jose, California. Customers can work with Supermicro engineers in this consolidated campus, which includes an onsite data center, to develop, test, and create the optimal mix of on-premises, colocation, and public cloud workload scenarios for tomorrow's corporate challenges. The new building is over 200,000 square feet in size and is the most recent addition to Supermicro's Green Computing Park. It will include a Command Center to help support new and innovative solutions that address the diverse needs of customers all over the world. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML), 5G Edge, and On-Premise Cloud software and hardware can be quickly integrated and tested for the most demanding workloads. Supermicro's Silicon Valley headquarters consists of more than 12 buildings totaling over 1.5 million square feet that support engineering, manufacturing, and customer service.
"We are excited to add B23 with its Command Center and Autoconfigurator in the heart of Silicon Valley to support our cloud and enterprise partners," stated Charles Liang, president and CEO. "Founded 28 years ago in the US, Supermicro is one of the world's top-tier server and storage companies. We deliver exactly the best products and services to our customers and continue to expand our solution offerings to meet the infrastructure requirements for a wide range of customers. The new site will focus total IT solutions including software, advanced liquid cooling, rack-level plug and play (PnP) systems leveraging our market-proven server and storage solutions."
Furthermore, the new facility will generate clean fuel-cell-based electricity with two MW supplied entirely from natural gas using Bloom Energy servers, which will be added to Supermicro's existing use of Bloom Energy servers. The site is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) facility, which means it uses less water and energy.
"I am thrilled that Supermicro continues to expand its Silicon Valley-based Green Computing park with the addition of a new manufacturing site," stated Sam Liccardo, Mayor of the City of San Jose. "For 28 years, Supermicro's jobs, innovation, and advanced technologies have contributed tremendously to our Silicon Valley economy and enabled the success of thousands of global customers."