If you’re in the market for a smallish tech company with lots of potential and a reasonable price, check out Super Micro Computer (Nasdaq: SMCI), which makes customized servers for large data center clients. Its business was disrupted by COVID-19, and last quarter’s revenue fell 5% year over year. The company is starting to recover from the slowdown, though.
Super Micro is about to ramp up sales beyond its original customer base. It’s about to complete a build-out of its Taiwan campus, which will allow it to produce high volumes of cloud servers at lower costs. In addition, it’s beginning to make servers for the 5G telecom market.
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