Microsoft Joins Open Compute Project, Shares its Server Designs

microsoft-cloud-servers-itpSAN JOSE, Calif. – In a dramatic move that illustrates how cloud computing has altered the data center landscape,Microsoft is opening up the server and rack designs that power its vast online platforms and sharing them with the world. Microsoft has joined the Open Compute Project and will be contributing specs and designs for the cloud servers that power Bing, Windows Azure and Office 365. The company will discuss its plans tomorrow in the keynote session of the Open Compute Summit in San Jose.

http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2014/01/27/microsoft-joins-open-compute-project-shares-server-designs/

Posted on 14/05/2014, in Microsoft, Open Compute Foundation, Server. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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