Microsoft joins Facebook-founded Open Compute Project, touts its ‘unprecedented’ contributions

Microsoft officeThe fifth summit of the Open Compute Project is happening on Tuesday, and Microsoft has revealed that it is the latest member to join the group, a Facebook-founded initiative that sees the company and its partners commit to developing and sharing designs for data center infrastructure. Bill Laing, Microsoft’s corporate vice president for cloud and enterprise, says in a blog post that Microsoft will contribute what it calls its “cloud server specification” to OCP.

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Posted on 14/01/2014, in 2014 San Jose, Microsoft, Open Compute Foundation. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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