Bringing ONIE to the Server

Today, the Foundation is delighted to announce that Canonical and Cumulus Networks are working to bring ONIE (Open Network Install Environment) to the server. ONIE was first created to solve the problem of laying down a network operating system in an open/standard way. The "modern" way to achieve th (...)

OCP European Summit Hackathon 2014

The Foundation would like to thank Goldman Sachs for sponsoring the 2014 OCP European Summit Hackathon. The winner or winning team from this Hackathon will be given a $5000 cash prize. If you are attending theOCP European Summitand would like to participate in the Hackathon please let the registrati (...)

Olof Barring of CERN to Keynote OCP European Summit 2014

The OCP Foundation is pleased to announce Olof Barring of CERN as one of our featured keynote speakers for the OCP European Summit 2014. Olof Bärring came to CERN in 1987 as a PhD student working on the DELPHI experiment. After completing his PhD in Particle Physics at the Lund University (Sweden) i (...)

Billy Cox of Intel to Keynote OCP European Summit 2014

The OCP Foundation is pleased to announce Billy Cox of Intel as one of our featured keynote speakers for the OCP European Summit 2014. Billy is leading a business group delivering innovative software products ranging from using the platform capabilities to implement a service level objective (SAA), (...)

Announcing the 2014-2015 OCP Project Leads

The Foundation would like to announce that Devashish Paul of IDT and Thomas Sohmers of Rex Computing have agreed to co-lead the newly formed OCP HPC Project. The run-off poll that was issued on 26 August is now closed. We would like to thank all those who voted in the first election as well as those (...)