History of GlobalChips

History of GlobalChips

Established in 1998, Globalchips Technologies CDO, Inc. has since grown to become one of Cagayan de Oro’s leading companies in IT sales and services. More »

GlobalChips renews HPE Partner Service Delivery Certification for FY2020

GlobalChips renews HPE Partner Service Delivery Certification for FY2020

GlobalChips continues to work hard to support its HPE Enterprise Customers. More »


GlobalChips Renews HPE Partner Ready Solution Provider for FY2020.



Whether you run traditional on-premises IT or are transitioning to a secure, cloud-enabled, hybrid cloud model, we provide the market expertise to support your business model and what you need to succeed. We believe in helping you use technology to slash the time it takes to turn your ideas into value. Join our Partner Ready Program and we’ll team with you to help expand your opportunities and increase the portfolio of solutions you can deliver.

GlobalChips successfully renews ASUS Service Center Certification

GlobalChips can now help customers fix their issues with the following ASUS products:

  1. ASUS ZenFone Mobile DevicesASUS Service Center
  2. ASUS PadFone Tablets
  3. ASUS ZenBook Laptops
  4. ASUSPRO Notebooks
  5. ASUS Desktops
  6. ASUS All-In-One PCs
  7. ASUS Eee Devices

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HP leads in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Modular Servers (May 2016)

Modular Servers Overview

Gartner defines the modular server market as a class of server where the compute capabilities are delivered in a modular style and housed in a common, often proprietary, chassis. Storage and network components may also be housed within the same chassis housing. There is a broad range of modular servers that vary in configuration options, based on CPU type (reduced instruction set computer [RISC], x86 and system-on-chip [SoC]), memory and storage attachment, and switching technologies. Server design focuses on density of components and richness of infrastructure management software platforms. Modular servers have evolved from many years of blade, multinode and custom-made high-performance computing (HPC), supercomputing, and IT service provider designs. The term describes a style of server design that focuses on the ability to improve server management visibility, CPU architecture flexibility, server density and operational efficiency. Modular servers will be increasingly positioned to address many emerging web-scale IT and Mode 2 workload requirements.