Telco data centers to get carrier-grade open hardware

14753_nokia_networks_robustness_center_for_core_networks_2Nokia is using Open Compute Project designs in its AirFrame portfolio of data center equipment for telecoms companies, endorsing the Project’s move into the telco space. Last month, Open Compute Project (OCP), the Facebook-founded scheme to share open specifications for efficient hardware for webscale data centers, announced a Telco Project subgroup in January, with large operators including AT&T, Verizon and Deutsche Telekom. Alongside this announcement, Nokia announced that OCP designs would be included in the AirFrame telco data center products it launched in summer of 2015.

 http://www.datacenterdynamics.com/servers-storage/nokia-adopts-open-compute-for-airframe-products/95674.fullarticle

Posted on 26/02/2016, in Telecom Project. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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