OCP Hardware Hack!

OCP is hosting its first hardware hackathon at the upcoming Open Compute Summit, January 16-17, 2013 in Santa Clara, California. Starting today, you can register for the hack. We are limiting attendance to 100 people. Registering for the hack also registers you for the entire OCP summit, so you can (...)

Building a Better Server Chassis

The academic community has long been a model for open collaboration and for innovation in sustainable technologies, and that’s something we’re hoping to tap into as the Open Compute Project evolves. With that in mind, we’re pleased to announce a design challenge with Purdue University's College of T (...)

Results from the Second OCP Hardware Hackathon

More than 60 hackers came from across the country and around the world to the Facebook campus this week to hack hardware designs at the second Open Compute Hardware Hackathon. The winning entry, a mesh network debugging tool, was announced at the GigaOm Structure conference and the team took home $1 (...)

Open Compute Summit IV Agenda

We've finalized the agenda for the fourth Open Compute Summit, starting next Wednesday, January 16, at the Santa Clara Convention Center. You can see the list of keynote speakers and read the rundown of executive sessions and technical tracks on the summit's agenda page. See you next week in Santa C (...)