Supermicro Science and Technology Park in Taiwan

Supermicro Computer, a server technology company, officially opens its Science and Technology Park in Taiwan on Jan. 6 with a formal opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new facility.

The celebration will be attended by industry leaders and government officials as the project is stated to be one of the largest business park developments in the region in recent years.

“Our customers can look forward to an exciting, new generation of green computing solutions and greater support from Supermicro in 2012 and beyond,” said Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro.

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At over two million square feet, Supermicro’s Science and Technology Park will provide increased production capacity, higher levels of service and the development of advanced, power conserving computing technologies.

This new technology park will provide economies of scale supporting the company’s quick growth plans as it deploys enterprise, data center and cloud computing platforms across Asia, Europe and throughout the world, according to the company.

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