(MT Newswires) -- Charles Liang, CEO of Super Micro Computer, says his company is well valued in the market. SMCI stands out for its ability to deliver innovative new products quickly. In particular, a system of pre-configured, ready-to-use servers or IT equipment designed to be easily installed and integrated into data centre racks. Liang emphasises that this ability to respond quickly to market needs is a major advantage over competitors such as Dell and HPE.
The company uses a modular solutions strategy to design its servers and solutions, which improves efficiency, quality and stock management. Super Micro's current production capacity allows it to build up to 4,000 racks or 15,000 systems per month in Silicon Valley, with additional facilities in Asia and Europe. However, production is currently limited by the global shortage of computer chips, and the company expects an increase in chip supply from partners such as Nvidia.
Super Micro's target market is growing and the company has the capacity to generate up to $25 billion in revenues, provided the current shortage of electronic components is resolved.
With regard to the past accounting issues raised by the SEC in 2020, Liang assures us that these issues have been resolved and that the company has significantly improved its accounting systems.
Faced with a significant increase in the value of Super Micro's shares, Liang remains focused on market demand and product quality, confident that the company will continue to gain market share through optimised and customisable products.

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