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Orange Silicon Valley joins Open Compute Project

Friday 18 January 2013 | 10:25 CET | News
France Telecom-Orange's development centre in San Francisco, Orange Silicon Valley, has joined Facebook's Open Compute Project (OCP). The unit has joined the OCP because of its focus on innovation to improve the agility and reliability of its Orange's IT infrastructure while reducing costs, said Elie Girard, group senior executive vice president for strategy and development. The OCP's mission is to design and enable the delivery of the most efficient server, storage and data centre hardware designs for scalable computing using open source hardware and software. Orange Silicon Valley recently released the results of a high IOPS extreme computing benchmark, publishing the components and partners used in the process. It believes these types of configurations should be interesting for OCP community members.

Categories: IT
Companies: Facebook / France Telecom / Orange
Countries: United States
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