OCP Summit IV: Breaking Up the Monolith

It’s hard to believe that the Open Compute Project was founded just a little over 18 months ago. At our first Summit, in June 2011, we had 200 participants, one official member (Facebook), and exactly three technology contributions (all from Facebook). Today, as nearly 2,000 people converge on Santa Clara to kick off the fourth OCP Summit, we have more than 50 official members and dozens of contributions from a wide variety of technology suppliers and consumers.

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Posted on 16/01/2013, in 2013 Santa Clara, Disaggregation, Server. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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