Questions about the upcoming OCP Global Summit?

While 2021 got off to a rocky start, after a difficult 2020, the cases of the Covid-19 virus are declining in most parts of the world, while vaccinations continue to increase. We are very excited that we will be returning to our in-person events with the 2021 OCP Global Summit, to be held at the San (...)

Pluribus Networks joins the OCP Solution Provider program with the release of their new line of OCP Accepted™ Freedom Series switches.

         The growth of open networking continues among CSP’s and is rapidly moving into the enterprise space. Enterprises are looking for the flexibility and capex benefits that come with disaggregation of the hardware and software. Hardware is just one component of (...)

OCP Announces New Board Member Representing Microsoft

AUSTIN, Texas - March 9, 2021 – The Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP), a collaborative community focused on redesigning hardware technology to efficiently support the growing demands on compute infrastructure, announces today that Zaid Kahn of Microsoft will now hold a seat on its Board of (...)

SP Spotlight: Africa’s future is open! My chat with the executive team from Atlancis, our Solution Provider based in Nairobi, Kenya.

Africa’s IT market comprises some of the most interesting high growth areas in the world. Mobile money, exploding internet penetration and increased investment from both public and private sectors all point to an exciting future for Africa.  This week I spoke with the executive team from (...)

SP Spotlight: A discussion with Chayora and why OCP Ready™ is a key pillar of their China strategy

Regardless of how analysts try to evaluate and measure the IT market in China they come up with the same result...the market is huge and growing rapidly. Specifically, data center construction is keeping pace with the growing demand for 5G services, explosive volume of online shopping and overall ne (...)

Power uninterrupted: Choosing the right battery backup system for edge applications

One of the realities of being in business today is that demand for fast, reliable data isn’t letting up anytime soon. Whether the industry is manufacturing, telecom, retail, healthcare or finance, system engineers have found a solution by designing smaller, leaner, more powerful and localized (...)