Gigabyte has split in two, breaking off its enterprise business as a subsidiary called Giga Computing Technology that’s focused on sales and support for its data-center products.
The Taiwanese company is well known for its motherboards and GPU cards for gaming, but also for several form factors of servers. Breaking out Giga Computing into a separate unit enables it to better cater to the needs of enterprise customers, according to Daniel Hou, CEO of the new business. “This is just another extension of our long-term plan that will allow our enterprise solutions better react to market forces and to better tailor products to various markets,” Hou said in a statement.
Source:: Network World – Data Center