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OCP Technology Day at Facebook - Event Summary

Wednesday, September 07, 2016 · Posted by at 10:35 AM


OCP Technology Day at Facebook - Event Summary

On 30 August, 2016, The Open Compute Project (OCP) Foundation hosted 114 attendees from 70 organizations at the Facebook campus in Menlo Park, CA, including Adobe, AT&T, Bank of America, Canonical, Cisco, Delta Products, Facebook, Fidelity Investments, Google, Microsoft, Orange, Penguin Computing, Panasonic, Pinterest, Radisys, Red Hat, Uber, Verizon, Visa and Walmart. It was a full day interactive session with great community involvement and collaborative discussions.

The day began with a General Session which included a welcome from Amber Graner, Operations Director and Community Manager, for the OCP Foundation. Also present were Rocky Bullock, Co-CEO of the Open Compute Project Foundation, as well as new team members Dirk Van Slyke, Director of Marketing and Communications, and Bill Carter, the Foundation’s new Chief Technology Officer, who introduced the updated OCP INSPIRED™ and OCP ACCEPTED™ contribution program processes.

There were five sessions throughout the day:

  1. Richard Wareing of Facebook provided an in-depth overview of deploying and managing open source Gluster POSIX file system on OCP hardware at scale. Facebook operates one of the largest Gluster environments in the world, and the talk spoke of the challenges, approaches and lessons learned from using it under production workloads.

  2. Mark Shaw of Microsoft’s Azure Cloud Server Infrastructure team provided an overview of systems and features he has been standardizing on their server designs, with their first contributions of the Open CloudServer to Open Compute Project over two years ago. Going forward Microsoft is re-vamping its Open CloudServer architecture with a system that is more modular, flexible and lower cost than before. Focused on EIA 19" rack deployments, OCS vNext has been designed to better meet the widely varying needs of the OCP community. Preliminary details on the OCS vNext compute module will be shared early in the design cycle, allowing the OCP community opportunity to build upon and work plans for delivery. 

  3. Thomas Cameron, James Labocki, Gregory Jones from Red Hat  spoke about their  software communities and their vision that drives the enterprise datacenter.  Red Hat  also highlighted how its Open Source software offerings such as Red Hat OpenStack, Ceph and Gluster is being enabled on OCP Hardware.

  4. Christian Reis, Product Manager, David Duffey, Director of Technical Partnerships, and Luke Williams, Open Networking Technical Partner Manager of Canonical presented how to automate the deployment and management of datacenter servers, storage, and networking using MAAS and Juju to enable and Open Source environment of choice on OCP hardware. This includes being able to select preferred cloud platform like OpenStack, big data solution, SDN, VNFs, network control software (FBOSS, Quagga, etc.), and even the operating system on OCP servers and app-enabled OCP networking gear.

  5. Lawrence Ying from Google described the “collection view” of disks and the focus on tail latency, driven by live services, and placing new and different requirements on disks form the central element of Cloud-based storage, whose demand far outpaces the considerable rate
    of innovation in disks. Exponential growth in demand, already in progress for 15+ years, implies that most future disks will be in data centers and thus part of a large collection of disks. Beyond defining key metrics for data-center disks, he explored a range of new physical design options and changes to firmware that could improve these metrics. 


Presentations can be found here. Please note, we have not received all the presentations, but we will update this link when we receive them.

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About OCP:  

The Open Compute Project Foundation is a 501(c)(6) organization which was founded in 2011 by Facebook, Intel, Rackspace, Goldman Sachs and Andy Bechtolsheim. Our mission is to apply the benefits of open source to hardware and rapidly increase the pace of innovation in, near and around the data center and beyond.

Find out more about you can participate in the OCP Community at: http://opencompute.org/participate



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A Look Back as We Move Forward

Monday, September 26, 2016 · Posted by at 2:08 AM

Since its founding in 2011, the Open Compute Project (OCP) Foundation has experienced some incredible momentum in a relatively short time period. As Facebook was rethinking its infrastructure to accommodate its unprecedented growth and the technology needs to support it, they made the decision to share its designs with the public. The OCP  Foundation was incorporated by Facebook, Intel and Rackspace with Goldman Sachs and Andy Bechtolsheim (joining soon after). These OCP board members sought to create the same collaboration and innovation we see in open source software in the hardware space. And that’s exactly what’s happening.

Six years later, the OCP Foundation now is a global entity, with seven  board members and nine staff members to meet the needs of the growing community. While the initial focus was on greenfield projects, 2013 saw the addition of brownfield projects as well. We now have over 52 design contributions from 11 different companies and over 70 more in the pipeline which includes solutions for both greenfield and brownfield data centers.

The Open Compute Project Foundation continues to provide a platform for individuals and organizations to share their intellectual property (IP) with others and encourage the IT industry to innovate. We welcome innovation on all levels from all sources, holding high standards for only proven and consumable products and services. As the Foundation prepares for its annual Summit in March in Santa Clara, California, the focus will be adopting OCP hardware and how users can deploy their software solutions on OCP Accepted and Inspired hardware, regardless of the type of rack they specify.

 

About the OCP Summit:

The OCP Summit is a 2-day event that will feature a stellar lineup of speakers, announcements, demonstrations, booths and networking opportunities. More importantly, it’s your opportunity to work together with the OCP community to progress the future of important projects—Data Center, Compliance and Interoperability (C&I), Hardware Management, High Performance Computing (HPC), Networking, Open Rack, Server, Storage and Telco.

Find out how you can consume OCP gear, collaborate with the OCP Community and contribute to the OCP ecosystem.

If you want to be part of this future in, near and around the data center ecosystem now is your chance! Sponsorship opportunities are now available for the OCP 2017 Summit.  

About OCP:

The Open Compute Project Foundation is a 501(c)(6) organization which was founded in 2011 by Facebook, Intel, Rackspace. Our mission is to apply the benefits of open source to hardware and rapidly increase the pace of innovation in, near and around the data center and beyond.


Find out more about you can participate in the OCP Community at: http://opencompute.org/participate

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Summit Sponsorships Begin At A Record Pace

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 · Posted by at 9:27 AM

Sponsorship sales for the 2017 OCP Summit, to be held March 8 - 9, 2017 in Santa Clara, CA, began two weeks ago and are off to a robust start. So far, one Gold, four Silver, two Bronze, and five Copper sponsorships have been sold, as well as several promotional sponsorships. There are many different sponsorship levels available for the 2017 Summit, ranging in price from $10,000 up to $200,000 for a Platinum level sponsorship, that includes speaking opportunities, up to 35 complimentary event passes, a 20’ X 20’ booth, and extensive marketing exposure before, during and after the event.

The Open Compute Project Foundation continues to provide a platform for individuals and organizations to share their intellectual property (IP) with others and encourage the IT industry to innovate. We welcome innovation on all levels from all sources, holding high standards for only proven and consumable products and services. As the Foundation prepares for its annual Summit in March in Santa Clara, California, the focus will be adopting OCP hardware and how users can deploy their software solutions on OCP-Accepted™ and OCP-Inspired™ hardware, regardless of the rack and power types  their data center requires.

About the OCP Summit:

The OCP Summit is a 2-day event that will feature a stellar lineup of speakers, announcements, demonstrations, booths and networking opportunities. More importantly, it’s an opportunity to work together with the OCP community to progress the future of important projects—Data Center, Compliance and Interoperability (C&I), Hardware Management, High Performance Computing (HPC), Networking, Open Rack, Server, Storage and Telco.

If you want to be part of the future in, near and around the data center ecosystem now is your chance!

The deadline to return the sponsor form is Friday, January 27th, 2017. If your company is interested in exhibiting at or sponsoring the upcoming Summit, more information can be found here: summit.opencompute.org/sponsorships

Register HERE by Friday, December 23rd @11:59p PDT to lock in Early Bird pricing​; we look forward to seeing you in 2017!

Additional Summit information can be found here: summit.opencompute.org

About OCP:

The Open Compute Project Foundation is a 501(c)(6) organization which was founded in 2011 by Facebook, Intel, Rackspace. Our mission is to apply the benefits of open source to hardware and rapidly increase the pace of innovation in, near and around the data center and beyond.

Find out more about you can participate in the OCP Community at: http://opencompute.org/participate

 

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As the original OCP Solutions Provider, and Platinum Level OCP Member, Hyve Solutions plays a very unique role in the Open Compute Project and has been responsible for building and integrating Open Compute Servers, delivering fully racked and tested solutions to Facebook datacenters around the globe.  With the knowledge and experience gained from working closely with Facebook and the Open Compute community, and recognizing the potential in both the large-scale datacenter space and OCP, Hyve began to develop their own line of rack and server solutions – the Ambient Series – a design heavily influenced by the Open Compute Project.

Hyve Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SYNNEX (NYSE:SNX), a Fortune-500 brand, is headquartered in Fremont, CA and has grown substantially since its inception, deploying racks in over 20 countries to the world’s largest data center customers.

“OCP over the years has changed the market completely; it was a game changer and we apply the principles and characteristics from the original OCP products into most of the products we create today” stated Steve Ichinaga, President of Hyve Solutions.

 

Hotter Running Servers Help Cool The Planet

Hyve Solutions has been an integral part of the OCP community from the very beginning, providing key insights through years of experience and contributions.  Hyve continues to prioritize the development of highly efficient solutions and has submitted a subset of their popular Ambient Series products for recognition as OCP-Accepted™.  Currently under review by the OCP Foundation, the submission was born from customers requesting many OCP-like features but within a more traditional layout.  Hyve developed the subset of the Ambient Series to address this demand and enable these customers to take advantage of these highly desired features and present them in a platform that is more easily adopted by the traditional datacenter customer.

Heavily inspired by OCP, the innovative Ambient Series was developed from the ground up to maximize overall data center efficiency while reducing deployment costs. The servers have been designed to tolerate much higher temperatures, which allows for the ambient air in a data center to efficiently cool the servers, instead of resorting to power-hungry chilled cooling systems. The result is a substantial and measurable reduction in power consumption.

“One of the differences in the Ambient Series is that it combines storage and compute into the same chassis and scales up” stated Conor Malone, VP of Engineering for Hyve Solutions. “”It pulls a lot of features from OCP that make it easier for people to adopt in existing datacenters and bridges the gap between a full OCP solution and one that will be compatible with existing modern data centers” added Steve Ichinaga. “Contributing to OCP is important, and as members we need to do our part so that others can leverage these innovations moving forward.”

 

About SYNNEX

SYNNEX Corporation (NYSE: SNX), a Fortune 500 corporation, is a leading business process services company, optimizing supply chains and providing customer care solutions for its clients. The Company distributes a broad range of information technology systems and products, and also provides systems design and integration services.  The Concentrix segment offers a portfolio of end-to-end outsourced services around process optimization, customer engagement strategy and back-office automation to clients in ten identified industry verticals. Founded in 1980, SYNNEX has over 100,000 employees worldwide. Additional information about SYNNEX may be found online at www.synnex.com.

About OCP

The Open Compute Project Foundation is a 501(c)(6) organization which was founded in 2011 by Facebook, Intel, Rackspace. Our mission is to apply the benefits of open source to hardware and rapidly increase the pace of innovation in, near and around the data center and beyond.

Find out more about you can participate in the OCP Community at: http://opencompute.org/participate

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Summit Sponsorship Sales Close this Week!

Thursday, January 26, 2017 · Posted by at 11:46 AM

Don’t miss your opportunity to sponsor the 2017 Open Compute Summit, which will be held on 8 - 9 March at the Santa Clara Convention Center. Sponsorship sales will close this week!  Friday 27 January will be your last opportunity to sponsor Summit.     

Openness is the current that powers our community and this year’s summit theme of “Open Hardware. Open Software. Open Future.” will showcase OCP hardware and the software  deployed on it. Attendees will also hear about the major open hardware initiatives that have been introduced since the last OCP Summit and will be given a look into the future of OCP.

Don’t wait! Sponsor the OCP Summit today and be a catalyst to the Open Future.  

The majority of sponsorships are sold out. However, if you’re looking for a guaranteed speaking opportunity and booth to showcase your OCP efforts there are still some Silver and Gold sponsorship opportunities available.

Other opportunities include:

  • Startup sponsorships are available for organizations that are less than three years old, and currently generate less than $1 million in annual revenue.

  • The following Networking sponsorships are still available:  

    • Summit Opening Night Happy Hour - this event has been very well-attended in the past; we keep the expo floor open and serve appetizers and drinks along with a DJ to keep the energy going. You would have access to the Expo Hall Stage for 10 minutes to open the happy hour, hold a raffle, etc. Your branding would be on general event signage as well as on the cups and napkins, and can even help us create a signature drink!

    • Day 2 Lunch

    • Days 1 and/or 2 Breakfast

In addition to significant branding on the OCP website, on-site signage and complimentary passes for staff, each sponsor also is able to address the attendees for 10 minutes at the beginning of each of these opportunities.

  • Engineering Workshop sponsorships are still available - $60K gets your organization the ability to be the exclusive sponsor logo on the Engineer Workshop Videos.  This year we are having these professionally recorded and branded. Our Summit videos are a great opportunity to get your organization in front of our project community even beyond the event.  Don’t want to be the sole engineering workshop sponsor?  The we have three (3) $20K opportunities available.

Don’t wait: you’ll be too late! - Sponsorship sales WILL end on Friday 27 January and you will have missed the chance to get your organization in front of the nearly 3,000 attendees that are expected representing more than 650 companies from 30 countries.

The current schedule and agendas can be found here:  https://ocpussummit2017.sched.com/

Updates will be made continually up to the start of the event, including detailed descriptions of the more than 100 sessions and Engineering Workshops, so check back often.

The sponsorship page can be found here: summit.opencompute.org/sponsorships

The detailed sponsorship Prospectus can be found here:http://opencompute.org/assets/OCP-U.S.-Summit-2017/Sponsorships/OCPUS17-Prospectus.pdf

General Summit information can be found here: summit.opencompute.org 

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The 2017 Open Compute Summit, to be held 8 – 9 March at the Santa Clara Convention Center, has announced its schedule.

The theme for this year is: Open Hardware. Open Software. Open Future. Attendees will not only hear about OCP hardware, but this year we move up the stack to highlight the software deployed on it. The Open Compute Project (OCP) will also showcase the major open hardware initiatives that have been contributed to the Foundation over the past year and look to the future of OCP as we highlight our goals and focus for 2017 and beyond.

“It’s not just about the rack, it’s about open innovation regardless of rack type and whether that rack type is best for greenfield or brownfield deployments and integrations” stated Corey Bell, Co-CEO of the Open Compute Project Foundation. “Our OCP-Accepted™ and OCP-Inspired™ programs are driving new and innovative product lines that are based on the contributions from the past year,” Bell continued. “We’re excited to see OEMs, ODMs, and 3rd-party ISVs looking to validate their software on top of OCP Hardware to drive an Open Future that continues to promote the consumption of, collaboration with and contribution to the OCP Community and Ecosystem.”

  • We will hear the state of and vision for OCP, from Jason Taylor, OCP’s Chairman of the Board.

  • Keynote presentations will be made by Microsoft, Intel and Facebook

  • Attendees will hear product, innovation and future looking announcements in the Executive and Expo Hall Tracks from Summit sponsors.

  • The Engineering Workshops will feature in-depth discoveries from the Open Rack, Networking, Server, Hardware Management, Data Center, Storage and Telco projects. Those who were at the 2014 event saw the emergence of the Networking Group and this 2017 event will see the same emergence from the Storage group. Attendees will have the opportunity to help guide the future of these project groups and see how the technology verticals and industry verticals come together through open collaboration, driving new initiatives and innovation to accelerate the adoption of OCP Hardware throughout the Data Center Ecosystem.

  • There will be a lively panel discussion moderated by Jim Zemlin (Linux Foundation), featuring Mark Shuttleworth (Canonical), Mark Shaw (Microsoft), Dave Peterson (HPE), John Linville (Red Hat) and Jane Chung (NetApp).

As if an expo hall packed with the latest, greatest OCP hardware and software offerings as well 100+ sessions that span the Keynote, Executive Tracks, Expo Hall and Engineering Workshop Tracks isn’t enough…there will be a keynote call-to-action from futurist Steve Brown, an accomplished speaker, blogger, strategist, and executive coach with 25 years of experience in the high-tech sector, including at Intel. Steve works with a wide range of Fortune 500 companies and brands spanning the retail, hospitality, media, and communications sectors.

Don’t miss out, register here today!

The current schedule and agendas can be found at: https://ocpussummit2017.sched.com/

Updates will be made continually up to the start of the event so check back often.  

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Open Compute Project Foundation Reaches Important Milestones

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 · Posted by at 10:58 AM

As we wrap up the results from the recent 2017 Open Compute Annual Summit, we want to share an update on several important milestones that have been reached by the Foundation this year.

  • OCP has established an open source HW ecosystem with more than 4,000 technical professionals actively engaged in OCP projects.
  • The Community has now grown to more than 200 organizational members, representing the very top echelon of technology players.
  • OCP has established a governance process that has enabled rapid growth and scalability of the Community.
  • OCP has established an IP contribution process with 85 IP contributions to-date, and growing.
  • OCP has significantly grown adoption and usage of hardware based on OCP principles, beyond board member companies to member companies.
  • OCP has established product trademarks and brand protection for in order to further protect the Community and its assets.

The 2017 Annual Summit saw a measureable increase in attendance, with nearly 3,000 technology leaders and influencers converging on the Santa Clara Convention Center in early March. More than 100 sessions were featured, including Keynotes, Executive Tracks, an Expo Hall with more than 100 sponsors and exhibitors, and in-depth Engineering Workshops representing each of the different project groups.

OCP looks to build on these successes in the future with the acceleration of the OCP marketplace to drive adoption and investigating how member companies can work together to forecast specific workload trends and needs to accelerate the creation of new components and the evolution of existing technologies.

OCP also is pleased to welcome new directors John Engates of Rackspace and Joshua Matheus of Goldman Sachs. OCP thanks the contribution of the original board directors, with special thanks to those that have stepped down, including Frank Frankovsky, founder and original chairperson, Mark Roenigk of Rackspace, and Don Duet of Goldman Sachs.

Thank you for your continued support and involvement, and we look forward to increasing our impact on the industry and your organization in the upcoming months and years.

Find out more about you can participate in the OCP Community at: http://opencompute.org/participate

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Amber has worked tirelessly with the Foundation volunteer leaders, members, project participants and the OCP team to deliver on its promise of creating a collaborative environment that fosters innovation in the datacenter industry.

The community has flourished under Amber’s guidance through membership, project participation, IP contributions and adoption of both OCP Hardware and Software.

  • There are now 9 top level projects and 9 subprojects
  • Membership has grown to over 200 organization members
  • There are 23 mailing lists with more than 5,500 subscribers
  • Our Facebook group has grown to more than 9,000 members
  • There are 9 Foundation employees

“OCP could not have achieved the momentum and success that it has without Amber’s unending commitment to creating a truly open and collaborative community,” stated Rocky Bullock, CEO for the Open Compute Project Foundation.

Through her strong will and determination, and uncompromising commitment, the OCP Community is now looked at as a shining example of how to effectively build an open community that can truly foster innovation for the better. Our membership, governance and process models are seen as a game changer to the way open communities are being managed and governed.

"’Thank you’ to my teammates, the community leadership team and to the community. Without each of you supporting and participating the OCP Community would not be what it is today.  Together we’ve grow one of the most awesome open communities in, near and around the data center ecosystem. I am honored to have gotten the opportunity to work and collaborate with each over you over past 3.5 years. It’s been one heck of a ride!” stated Graner.

Amber will remain an Advisor to the OCP Foundation, and continue participating in the networking group in her new role as the Community Manager for SnapRoute. She will continue to serve the Foundation until May 1, 2017 to ensure a smooth transition.

The Open Compute Foundation is currently seeking to fill the position of Community Manager, in order to build on the momentum created in this critical role. Referrals and candidate submissions can be sent to Rocky Bullock at rocky@opencompute.org.  

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Light Reading's Big Communications Event (BCE) will be held in Austin, Texas on May 15-17. BCE unites next-gen communications providers for real-world discussions of the issues critical to their future, including virtualization, cloud, next-gen wireless and back office transformation. BCE delivers across the broad landscape of the telecom sector: networks of all kinds, data centers, cloud service providers, the booming IoT market, video service evolution and more.

This year's event will feature five pre-event workshops taking place on Monday, May 15 prior to the two-day conference on May 16 and 17.

The Open Compute Project Telco Engineering Workshop

OCP will host a Telco Engineering Workshop – these are working sessions that are meant to be technical in nature and are designed to allow the OCP Project Communities to come together to work on the goals and set the direction of each project as it supports the mission and vision of the OCP Foundation. These Engineering Workshops are designed to encourage, empower and inspire the OCP community to communicate, collaborate and contribute!

Monday, 15 May 2017 1 pm - 5 pm

Agenda:

1:00pm

15 min

Welcome & Open Remarks

Bill Carter, CTO, Open Compute Foundation

1:15

15 min

Carrier Grade Open Rack Architecture (CG-OpenRack-19)

Andrew Alleman, CTO, Radisys

1:30

15 min

What’s next for open hardware standards– intentions, call for participation, Community involvement and coordinate

Andrew Alleman, CTO, Radisys

Bill Carter, CTO, Open Compute Foundation

1:45

30 min.

Commercial products in the OCP pipeline

Jeff Sharpe, Sr. Product Manager, ADLink

Andrew Alleman, CTO, Radisys

2:15

30 min.

Panel Discussion on Telco/Operator sourcing models and ecosystem

2:45

30 min.

Updates from community:   POC’s, deployments, and disaggregation

AT&T, Radisys, ADLink, TBD

3:15

15 min.

BREAK

3:30

30 min

Open Hardware Specifications from AT&T

Tom Anschutz, Distinguished Member of Tech Staff, AT&T

4:00

30 min

Universal CPE (uCPE)

Tom Anschutz, Distinguished Member of Tech Staff, AT&T

4:30

30 min.

Closing Remarks or Open Panel Discussion

The OCP Telco Engineering workshop is free for all attendees, but registration is required. The workshop can be added onto any Big Communications Event pass.

Register here

  • BCE provides complimentary admission for verified employees of service providers, operators, financial & educational institutions, utilities, and government agencies. 
  • OPNFV members will receive complimentary or discounted tickets to the event based on their business demographic. Members use the discount code VIPOCP.
  • Non-qualifying members can receive 30% off all pass types. 

To view the agendas, participating speakers and event details for these workshops, visit this link.

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Alibaba Group Joins Open Compute Project as Platinum Member

Wednesday, June 07, 2017 · Posted by at 6:59 AM

World’s largest online and mobile commerce company supports open standards being adopted throughout the world

The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) announced today that Alibaba Group (NYSE:BABA), the world’s largest online and mobile commerce company, has joined as a Platinum member. OCP was initiated by Facebook in 2011 with a mission to apply the benefits of open source to hardware and rapidly increase the pace of innovation in, near and around the data center and beyond. Since then, OCP has been consistently innovating around open source contributions for networking, servers, storage and Open Rack. 

Established in 1999, Alibaba Group's mission is to make it easy to do business anywhere. The company aims to build the future infrastructure of commerce. Alibaba Cloud, the Group's cloud computing arm, develops highly scalable platforms for cloud computing and data management. It provides a comprehensive suite of cloud computing services to support participants in Alibaba Group's online and mobile commerce ecosystem, including sellers, and other third-party customers and businesses.

Shanyuan Gao, Chief Architect of Alibaba Infrastructure Services, said: “We are delighted to become a platinum member of the OCP community, giving us a tremendous opportunity to share our leading data center technology with the world. We look forward to collaborating with OCP and its members around the world to drive the development and adoption of further technological breakthroughs intended to deliver an even greater impact for the industry, and we already have plans to contribute our innovations to OCP.”

“We now have a hyperscale company from Asia bringing best practices and thought leadership from the massive scale of their e-commerce marketplaces and cloud computing infrastructure, while Alibaba Group extends its involvement in open standards already being adopted throughout the world,” stated Bill Carter, Chief Technology Officer for the Open Compute Project Foundation.

“Today, there are more than 200 OCP members, and we’ve created a shared vision and venue to design for workloads of the future. We are thrilled Alibaba Group is bringing their expertise to OCP and contributing to this strong global community,” stated Jason Taylor, Open Compute Project Chairman of the Board.

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