|Industry||Data center, Rack Storage Hardware|
|Headquarters||Santa Clara, CA, United States|
|Key people||Dhiraj Malik|
|Services||Computer data storage|
|Parent||Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)|
In July 2007, Andrew Feldman, Gary Lauterbach and Anil Rao founded SeaMicro. Series A investments from Crosslink Capital and Draper Fisher Jurvetson closed in December 2007.Khosla Ventures led the series B investment round in 2009. In 2012, SeaMicro was acquired by AMD for $334 million. SeaMicro servers are used in data centers, such as for the Gene Center at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich for scientific research. In 2013, SeaMicro AMD collaborated with Verizon Communications to power their new cloud services. It has powered Verizon to introduce fine-grained server configuration options that allow for more flexibility in instance-sizing than with rivals such as Amazon and Google by letting administrators select a processor speed between 500 MHz and 2 GHz and scale DRAM up and down in 512MB increments.
The first product from SeaMicro was the SM10000, along with the SM10000-XE, which achieved Red Hat Certification in 2011 when operating on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. A more recent model, The SeaMicro SM15000 is also designed to support Citrix Xen Servers, VMware ESXi software and both GNU-Linux and Microsoft Windows Operating systems. Specifications of newer versions have reached computing benchmarks of 5 Petabytes of storage, 64 Central processing units, a 1,000 Virtual machine capacity, and 1.28 Tbps of bandwidth. In addition, the 10U Rack Unit provides a total 2,048 CPU cores, 16TBs of RAM and data is transferred through a custom "Freedom Fabric" for supercomputers unique to SeaMicro microservers. Additional certifications for SeaMicro products include OpenStack Cloud Computing for the Rackspace Private Cloud.
Additional Products include:
GigaOM: GreenNet 2011: 10 Big Ideas Winners 
Silicon Valley/ San Jose Journal: Best Emerging Cleantech Company 2011 
2011 Best Electronic Design Winners: Computer Category 
Platts: 2011 Rising Star award 
- UltraSPARC III
- Sum addressed decoder
- "AMD’s SeaMicro Servers Accelerate Leading-edge Biomolecular Research to Provide High-performance Computing (HPC) at the University of Munich". Press release (AMD). June 13, 2013. Retrieved September 30, 2013.
- SeaMicro Official Website
- Architectural tradeoffs in the Sea Micro SM 10000 Server - Talk given at Stanford University by SeaMicro founder & CTO, Gary Lauterbach. (video archive)