According to reports, Gigabyte will continue supplying Dell with servers throughout the second half of 2010, helping Gigabyte become the third-largest server maker on the planet.
It's been someone of an uphill climb for Gigabyte, which used to serve as a server manufacturing partner for Google before later losing orders to Quanta. By the end of the year, Gigabyte hopes to increase its server revenue from 10-15 percent to somewhere in the vicinity of 20-30 percent.
Despite the increased focus on servers, motherboards remain Gigabyte's bread and butter business. As it currently stands, mobos account for some 65 percent of Gigabyte's revenues, having shipped around 18 million boards in 2009.