This Intersect360 Research report presents an overview and outlook for Supermicro in the worldwide high performance computing (HPC) market, as of December
Supermicro is a major vendor of servers and storage for the worldwide HPC market. Supermicro sells both directly to end users and through OEM partners.
Because much of Supermicro’s revenue is indirect, Intersect360 Research does not report total revenue or market share for Supermicro; however,
we can estimate market position based on end-user surveys and additional analysis. Drawing on market tracking and surveys from the Intersect360
Research HPC advisory service, this report includes:
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SUPERMICRO IN HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING
2018 Market Performance
Figure 1. Supermicro as Named Vendor of HPC Systems in 2018 HPC User Site Census Survey
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