Supermicro® Server Platforms use NVIDIA GRID™ Technology to Deliver Graphics-Accelerated Performance to Virtual Desktops

     Supermicro® Server Platforms use NVIDIA GRID™ Technology to Deliver
             Graphics-Accelerated Performance to Virtual Desktops

  PR Newswire

  SAN JOSE, California, May 23, 2013

- SuperServer® GRID K1 and K2 Based Solutions Support up to 7,680 Concurrent
Users per 42U SuperRack®

SAN JOSE, California, May 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Super Micro Computer, Inc.
(NASDAQ: SMCI) , a global leader in high-performance, high-efficiency server,
storage technology and green computing, today announced that Supermicro
SuperServer® platforms integrate NVIDIA GRID K1 and K2 boards for Virtual
Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) support in the enterprise. These VDI solutions
can be deployed in high-density clusters to serve large-scale user pools.
Supermicro's NVIDIA GRID technology-based platforms are fully validated to
provide the most responsive user experience and support virtualization via
software solutions from Citrix®, VMware® and Microsoft. NVIDIA GRID K2 boards
are optimized for graphics and 3D-intensive tasks in Adobe® applications,
Autodesk® and SolidWorks®, while NVIDIA GRID K1 boards offer high-density VDI
for knowledge workers. OEMs and service providers looking to take advantage of
this new virtualized computing power can deploy highly scalable solutions on
Supermicro 1U, 2U, 4U/Tower, and 4U FatTwin™ NVIDIA GRID enterprise server

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"Supermicro provides the best server solutions for virtualized infrastructure
in terms of performance per watt, per dollar and NVIDIA GRID support is a
natural extension of our platforms," said Charles Liang, President and CEO of
Supermicro. "Indeed, our success developing the world's largest selection of
GPU-based HPC solutions has led to this innovation for virtualized enterprise
applications. Customers looking for the most effective and efficient path to
scalable enterprise platforms need look no further than Supermicro for a
dedicated selection of NVIDIA GRID optimized solutions."

"With NVIDIA GRID, hardware-accelerated graphics is delivered to desktop
virtualization users, finally giving them the performance and compatibility
that has been standard in PCs for decades," said Jeff Brown, vice president
and general manager of the GRID business unit at NVIDIA. "With Supermicro's
wide selection of certified server solutions, IT professionals have the
flexibility to quickly design and deploy optimized, virtualized desktop
platforms throughout their organizations."

Supermicro server platforms supporting NVIDIA GRID:

  *1U GRID SuperServer® ( SYS-1027GR-TSF )
  *1U GRID SuperServer® ( AS-1022GG-TF )
  *2U GRID SuperServer® ( SYS-2027GR-TRF )
  *4U/Tower GRID SuperServer® ( SYS-7047GR-TPRF )
  *4U/Tower GRID SuperServer® ( AS-4022G-6F )
  *4U GRID FatTwin™ ( SYS-F627G3-FT+ )

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selection of GPU based solutions or browse Supermicro's total line of high
performance, high-efficiency server and storage solutions at .

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About Super Micro Computer, Inc.

Supermicro® (NASDAQ: SMCI), the leading innovator in high-performance,
high-efficiency server technology is a premier provider of advanced server
Building Block Solutions® for Data Center, Cloud Computing, Enterprise IT,
Hadoop/Big Data, HPC and Embedded Systems worldwide. Supermicro is committed
to protecting the environment through its "We Keep IT Green ® " initiative and
provides customers with the most energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly
solutions available on the market.

Supermicro, FatTwin, SuperServer, Building Block Solutions and We Keep IT
Green are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Super Micro Computer,

NVIDIA, the NVIDIA logo and GRID are trademarks and/or registered trademarks
of NVIDIA Corporation in the U.S. and other countries.

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Contact: David Okada, Super Micro Computer, Inc.,
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