Open Compute one year later. Bigger, badder and less disruptive than we thought.

d5dfd4ef044a8f50a4af0848ccc5ea0aIt’s been a little more than a year since Facebook showed off it’s newly built servers and data center technologies for webscale computing. But at its third Open Compute Summit the social networking giant and other members of the recently formed Open Compute Project are adding new partners, showing off cool use cases and adding new technologies to the standard. And surprisingly, it’s being done in a way that will enable hardware vendors to hold onto some of their margins and still deliver some innovations.

http://gigaom.com/2012/05/02/open-compute-one-year-later-bigger-badder-and-less-disruptive-than-we-thought/

Posted on 02/05/2012, in 2012 San Antonio, Ecosystem, Frank Frankovsky. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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