Open Compute motherboards are power-optimized, barebones designs that provide the lowest capital and...
The Foundation would like to thank Goldman Sachs for sponsoring...@Amber Graner
October 29 2014 at 08:02
\"banner2.jpg\"[ocp-european-summit-30-31-october-2014] The OCP European Summit 2014[ocp-european-summit-30-31-october-2014] is set to kick off on...@Amber Graner
October 22 2014 at 03:26
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This event is free, In-Person registration is now open.
We hope to see you in Paris on 30-31 October.
Hacking Conventional Computing Infrastructure
We started a project at Facebook over two years ago with a pretty big goal: to build one of the most efficient computing infrastructures at the lowest possible cost. We decided to honor our hacker roots and challenge convention by custom designing and building our software, servers and data centers from the ground up – and then share these technologies as they evolve.
The result is a data center full of vanity free servers which is 38% more efficient and 24% less expensive to build and run than other state-of-the-art data centers.
Why Open Hardware?
By releasing Open Compute Project technologies as open hardware, our goal is to develop servers and data centers following the model traditionally associated with open source software projects. That’s where you come in.