Why Facebook’s new open datacenter plans means better services for all of us

Image Frank Frankovsky, Director, Technical Operations at Facebook, talks to me about the Open Compute Project, which is a new Open Source foundation that lets companies that build data centers share their plans with each other and standardize around a very low-power data center plan. This means better services for all of us, because now companies can build highly-efficient datacenters that can pack in even more machines, which means more features for all of us.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPBJ3V_-kA4

Posted on 30/10/2011, in 2011 NYC, Facebook, Frank Frankovsky. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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