Supermicro Opens its Science and Technology R&D Park in Taiwan
1/8/2012 by: Theo Valich
Supermicro decided to open the 2012 with a bang - the company opened its new center in Taiwan. On over 200,000 square meters, the company will develop next-gen solutions inside the R&D center, while the new System Integration, Logistics and Operations are going to support APAC and EMEA region.
This is quite the impressive facility and one of largest business parks that opened in Taiwan throughout the past couple of years. According to Charles Liang, founder and CEO of Supermicro, the company "is dedicated to the advancement of high-performance, energy-efficient server technologies and our international expansion doubles our system integration, logistics and R&D capacity, enabling us to achieve this goal on a grander, global scale. Our customers can look forward to an exciting, new generation of green computing solutions and greater support from Supermicro in 2012 and beyond."
Given that Supermicro has expanded its capacity to the fullest in the San Jose, California facility (only two building remaining and the company is moving in both), this expansion will enable the company to better support Asian and European markets.
One thing’s certain though – Supermicro isn’t slowing down.
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