Open Hardware Movement Changing the Game for IT Vendors, Enterprises

290x195whiteboxserver1Multinational financial services giant Goldman Sachs had good reasons to get actively involved with the open hardware movement.Goldman Sachs has a massive, global IT footprint, with more than 118,000 systems holding more than 500,000 compute cores and running more than 4,000 applications, all housed in 68 data centers worldwide.The firm also has been a longtime member of the Open Compute Project (OCP), the industry consortium started by Facebook in 2011 to push the idea of open-source hardware in the data center.

Posted on 30/06/2015, in Enterprise. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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