Supermicro is the world’s leading supplier of high-performance server motherboards and systems. One of the world’s largest manufacturers, Supermicro, supports more than 6,000 customers.
As the business scales up and new technologies emerge, Supermicrosoft has become a trusted source for innovative server solutions around the globe.
When speed matters, Supermicro is there for you. The company’s longevity in this industry can be attributed to its commitment to quality which remains uncompromised throughout its quality assurance processes, from development to manufacturing stages and after-sales service.
With a constant eye toward performance and reliability, Supermicro has won worldwide recognition and a proven track record of delivering industry-leading server solutions for data centers and cloud providers.
Supermicro continues to expand its product lines to serve better the changing needs of today’s data center environments. The latest generation of Supermicro servers on the new X11 generation motherboards offers processors up to 8 cores, maximum memory of up to 768GB, and next-generation networking connectivity with NVM Express technology (NVMe).
Supermicro has embarked on an aggressive expansion strategy in India by opening its first regional office in Bangalore. In another recent development, the company appointed Sunil Kumar as regional sales manager responsible for India sales.
The company is also expanding its product portfolio to include several products specifically designed to meet the needs of the growing Indian market. One of their recent product launches is the 1U server H11DSi-NT.
The super micro ATX motherboard is a computer motherboard used to build an ATX-based personal computer. It utilizes the Advanced Technology eXtended (ATX) form factor, designed to replace the older and smaller Enhanced ISA (EISA) form and Travan-based motherboards in 1997. The standard has gone through revisions, with the current revision being ATX 12V 2.13, the latest revision of the bar.
The super micro ATX motherboard offers a high-performance environment and can be used to build a system that can operate in an industrial or embedded computing environment. The ATX 12V form factor is compatible with all modern operating systems, including Linux and Microsoft Windows. The standard has also been designed to support highly available storage subsystems such as Solid State Drives (SSD) and Storage Area Networks (SAN). Supermicro’s ATX motherboard shares feature with the other standard motherboard form factors, such as PCI, ISA, and PCI Express slots. However, the super micro ATX motherboard has six expansion slots and supports two to four processors. It also includes integrated graphics cards for use in embedded systems. The standard also supports booting from a CD-ROM and bootable hard disks, though this is not a requirement for all standard configurations. It also supports up to 8GB of memory using DIMMs.
The full-sized ATX motherboard is primarily used in enterprise-level computing, while the smaller mini ATX form factor is used in server and workstation systems. The micro ATX form factor is even more compact, allowing for smaller servers and home PCs to be created. The standard has also been designed to enable the motherboard’s layout to be modified without affecting its function or performance. It makes it easier for manufacturers to build different types of computers using the same platform.
Manufacturers of ATX motherboards set their production standards and guidelines, but they are all designed to allow the motherboard to function correctly on any personal computer. Intel, Microsoft, and Compaq also agree upon the final specifications.
The first ATX motherboard was released in 1997 as a replacement for the EISA standards, which had been used since 1982. While EISA used a card-sized board for processors, the new standard allowed for a board that would fit the dimensions of an industry-standard 19″ rack mountable computer case. The new motherboard design also featured several enhancements over previous designs. For example, it included support for local bus expansion using PCI slots and compatibility with ISA bus devices using system resources.