As a global leader in high performance, high efficiency server technology and innovation, SUPERMICRO develops and provides end-to-end green computing solutions to the data center, cloud computing, enterprise IT, big data, HPC, and embedded markets. The Building Block Solutions® approach allows SUPERMICRO to provide a broad range of SKUs, and enables SUPERMICRO to build and deliver application-optimized solutions based upon customer requirements.
ITB partners strategically with industry leaders and supports SUPERMICRO's corporate goal to make you successful. ITB is recognized by SUPERMICRO as one of Canada's Top VARs. It's time for you to take proactive control of your business infrastructure systems; ITB & SUPERMICRO will get you there.
Keep It Green
As a leader in energy-efficient computing, SUPERMICRO's goal is to promote the adoption and deployment of technologies that can reduce the impact on the environment. Resource Saving Architecture continues the tradition of green computing innovation and provides TCO savings for all customers.
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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 to purchase 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 all customers.
To maximize the impact, SUPERMICRO has introduced an overall architecture that optimizes datacenter power, cooling, shared resources and refresh 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 datacenters to reduce refresh cycle costs.