Welcome to the OCP Alliance Partners page!

The Open Compute Project Foundation believes that collaboration drives innovation and reduces equipment CAPEX, OPEX and time-to-market, as well as increasing sustainability and best practices. This includes the open collaboration that goes on in OCP Projects, as well as with other industry organizations that share the same values. We aim to work together with other like-minded communities to ensure there is no duplication of efforts in solving the growing challenges that face the IT industry. Truly, together we can go farther and faster than we can ever accomplish alone.

The OCP works with many organizations, and what follows is a list of OCP’s alliance partners with formal agreements used to bridge communities.

If you are interested in exploring an alliance with the OCP, contact alliances@opencompute.org.

Infrastructure Masons

OCP and iMasons established an alliance to expand the impact the two organizations have on our industry's greatest sustainability challenges.

Infrastructure Masons (iMasons) is a global, nonprofit, professional association of individuals connected and empowered to build a greater digital future for all. https://imasons.org/


OCP collaboration with JEDEC brings together members from both the OCP and JEDEC communities to share efforts in developing and maintaining global standards needed to advance the electronics industry.

The JEDEC Solid State Technology Association is an independent semiconductor engineering trade organization and standardization body. https://www.jedec.org/

The LINUX Foundation

The OCP collaborates with the Linux Foundation (LF), leveraging its hardware-software co-design strategy to accelerate the absorption of open innovations into the marketplace.

The Linux Foundation provides a neutral, trusted hub for developers and organizations to code, manage, and scale open technology projects and ecosystems. https://www.linuxfoundation.org/

OpenInfra Foundation

OCP collaborates with the OpenInfra Foundation to advocate for the compatibility adoption and integration of open infrastructure software with open hardware.

The OpenInfra Foundation builds communities that write open source infrastructure software that runs in production for AI container native apps edge computing and datacenter clouds. https://openinfra.dev/

Ultra Ethernet Consortium

OCP Collaborates with UEC to improve Ethernet performance for next-generation AI clusters and HPC deployments. UEC plans to develop enhancements to Ethernet, and the OCP has an active Community developing sustainable large-scale computational infrastructure for AI and HPC with Ethernet. Together, the OCP and UEC expect to collaborate on the integration of enhanced Ethernet for the next generation of OCP Community-delivered AI clusters providing the low latency connectivity needed for backend AI cluster fabrics.

UEC's mission is to deliver an Ethernet based open, interoperable, high performance, full-communications stack architecture to meet the growing network demands of AI & HPC at scale. https://ultraethernet.org/