On the American Megatrends website (AMI.com), you will frequently see the use of 'OEM' and 'ODM'. To discover the difference between an OEM and ODM from an American Megatrends perspective, click the button below.
To keep up with the latest industry standards, American Megatrends recently added support for the SMBIOS 3.1.1 specification. The System Management BIOS (SMBIOS) specification is an industry standard that defines how management information is delivered by the system firmware.
Reliability is something you constantly search for when purchasing products for your business. No one wants to purchase a product that doesn't last. American Megatrends, Inc. (AMI) makes this search simple by providing customers with the best products every single time. This is highlighted by the company's mission statement "Providing our customers with the highest quality products - the first time, every time"
What is wrong with this picture? This is a picture of the American Megatrends Inc. series 735 Merlin motherboard. Or specifically, the clear plastic sheets of the solder pads artwork layer and other Printed Circuit Board (PCB) electrical layers. These plastic sheets or PCB films were used during the manufacturing process of the motherboard PCB to etch each layer of the PCB. To find out, follow the link!
Recently at the Lenovo Supplier Conference held by Lenovo Group in Hangzhou, China, American Megatrends was presented with the Lenovo Diamond Award.
American Megatrends (AMI) offers a combined BIOS / BMC Remote Firmware Management Solution that gives data center administrators the ability to quickly and remotely update BIOS settings for tens, hundreds or even thousands of identical servers, all at once from a single location - onsite or remotely.