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Symbol Name Time Trade Change % Chg Volume P/E Ratio EPS Mkt Cap
SMCI Supermicro 21:00 GMT 13.27 -0.11 -0.82% 97542 27.76 0.482 560.9M

Latest Supermicro news

  • AMD announces new Opterons

    AMD wants the chips to be socket compatible with the Opteron 4200 and 3200, which are the previous generation. Supermicro has signed up to sell systems based on the new chip, while Dell and others are expected to join in soon.
  • Intel says open source fundamental to its cloud growth

    Intel wants ODMs in Taiwan to develop microservers at a very targeted space. Supermicro, Tyan, Dell, NEC, Quanta and Hitachi are all delivering Intel based micro servers.
  • SuperMicro shouts about CAD factory

    Among Supermicro's kit will be the catchy-named Ultra High Performance 4 GPU SuperWorkstation SS7046TG-TRF. Better right that oen down. This machine really shows off, Supermicro says, the iray renderer in Autodesk 3ds Max 2012.
  • Intel takes aim at sub 10W Atom

    These are multiple single-socket CPU boards that share a chassis. Dell, Tyan, Supermicro and Quanta have signed up for them and the segment will make up less than 10 percent of the overall server market for the next 4-5 years.
  • Intel spins shrinking the die in data centre tale

    It says it has a number of big players on its side for the micro server concept including Quanta – a huge Taiwanese ODM, Tyan – owned by Mitac now, Dell,  Seamicro and a company called Supermicro which we've barely heard of.
  • Supermicro launches Intel-based uni-processor motherboards

    CES 2011Server firm Supermicro Computer has launched its latest uni-processor (UP) motherboards based on Intel's P67 and Q67 chipsets and optimised for Intel's second-generation Core i3 to i7 processors.
  • AMD proclaims wave of Firestream GPUs

    AMD states it will start shipping the cards in the beginning of this year's third quarter, so they can be expected sometime in July. Partners and OEMs will offer them in rack servers and expansion systems. AMD did not go out of its way to mention One Stop Systems and Supermicro.
  • AMD intros Opteron 4000 series for the cloud

    Dell, Gateway-Acer, Tyan, MSI, Gigabyte and Supermicro will produce products in the next month or two. The Lisbon four and six cores that are in the 400 series, and codenamed San Marino and Adelaide, will be displaced by Valencia six and eight core systems next year.

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