As part of our ongoing effort to keep our OCP Community updated, here is the next edition of the blog series "OCP Summit Track News."
Ronald Minnich (Google) & Gundrala Goud (Microsoft) named Project Leads for the OCP Open System Firmware Project
Friday, February 23, 2018 · Posted by Michael Schill at 9:30 AM
The OCP Foundation is excited to announce that Gundrala "Devender" Goud (Microsoft) and Ron Minnich (Google) have been selected to serve as the Project Leads for the OCP Open System Firmware Project.
Thursday, February 15, 2018 · Posted by Michael Schill at 16:05 PM
The OCP Foundation is excited to announce that Bryan Kelly (Microsoft) and Nate Klein (Google) have been selected to serve as the Project Leads for the OCP Security Project. Bill Carter, OCP CTO will serve as the interim Incubation Committee representative.
Monday, February 12, 2018 · Posted by Michael Schill at 20:36 PM
The OCP Foundation is excited to announce that Brevan Reyher (Rackspace) will replace Robert Bunger (Schneider Electric) as the Project Lead for the Data Center Facility Project. Robert Bunger has moved into the role of Incubation Committee Representative, and will continue to provide support and guidance to Brevan Reyher and the Data Center Facility Project.
Thursday, February 08, 2018 · Posted by Michael Schill at 19:27 PM
The Open Compute Project Foundation is proud to formally announce a new leadership team for the High Performance Computing (HPC) Project. The Foundation is extremely grateful for all of our volunteer leadership who give of their time and talents to help drive the OCP community.
Tuesday, February 06, 2018 · Posted by Dirk Van Slyke at 15:59 PM
The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) announces today the preliminary results of an assessment of the market impact of the Open Compute Project worldwide. OCP has engaged IHS Markit, a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, to determine the adoption and impact of OCP gear in the technology industry. Since its inception, OCP has worked to drive innovation in and around the data center industry, bringing together nearly two hundred member organizations and thousands of engineers. The demands on the modern datacenter continue to expand with the growth of IOT, security and edge computing, as well as increasing energy consumption requirements.
Tuesday, February 06, 2018 · Posted by Michael Schill at 14:53 PM
The OCP Foundation and community is effective because of our members who give of their time, talent and resources. Each of our members plays an important role in accelerating the consumption of OCP gear, as well as the continued cultivation of collaboration efforts of the project communities and the increasing quality and openness of the contributions to OCP. We can’t say, “thank you” enough!
As part of our ongoing effort to keep our OCP Community updated, we are going to be running a blog series called "OCP Summit Track News."
Thursday, February 01, 2018 · Posted by Dirk Van Slyke at 14:23 PM
Tencent has joined the Open Compute Project (OCP) community as a Platinum member, to actively embrace the global open-source ecosystem. Tencent intends to share its infrastructure design and technologies, promote cross-enterprise development and further adoption of cutting-edge technologies.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018 · Posted by Archna Haylock at 15:30 PM
Last year, the OCP Summit opened its doors to nearly 3,000 people and 88 members. We spoke of hardware and solutions that were available in ONE PLACE and that various industries were investing in open technologies and in OCP.