Anita Kou

Ms Anita Kuo holds EMBA (in Global Business) & LL. M (in Privacy Law and ICTStandards) degrees from National Chengchi University, Postgraduate Diploma inBusiness Systems from Monash University, Bachelor of Administration (inInternational Trade) from National Taiwan University. Anita joined ITRI (...)

OCP U.S. Summit 2015 Video and Presentation Links

OCP U.S. Summit 2015 was held on 10-11 March 2015 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose California, This year's summit had 49 sponsors and over 2500 registered attendees which represented over 800 companies from 40 countries. If you were unable to attend OCP U.S. Summit 2015 below are links (...)

OCP C&I Project Special Election

The OCP Community is an ever evolving, innovating and thriving community. In March we announced that we would be extending the terms of our volunteer leadership and holding no elections until 2016. However, we now have special circumstances requiring a special election. Special Circumstances If an O (...)

OCP Leadership Terms Extended to 2016

On any level in any organization, there are clear advantages to maintaining flexibility in its operating procedures. The wider organizational wisdom dictates that, at times, the Open Compute Project take advantage of such flexibility. A prevalent discussion after the OCP Leadership Day in Austin rev (...)

Big News on Day One of OCP Summit

Today, we kicked offthe first day of the Open Compute Project U.S. Summit 2015. Nearly 3,000 people gathered toopenly share and learn about the technologies that are redefining the data center and moving our industry forward.Thanks to all who attended and to all those who tuned in via the livestream (...)

Working Together, We’re Making the OCP Vision a Reality

Just four years ago, the Open Compute Project was essentially a vision for designing and enabling the delivery of highly efficient hyperscale data center components based on open specifications. Today, the vision for the OCP initiative has come alive in the form of real innovations in servers, racks (...)