In the first webinar session of the three-part series, Steve Helvie from the non profit Open Compute Project (OCP) Foundation will tell the story of how open source is not just for software any more, since 2011 it now includes open source servers, storage and network hardware plus highly optimised low cost energy efficient Data Centers. Steve will also provide an overview of the OCP Foundation which started in 2011 and now has a worldwide community of thousands of engineers working on common solutions within the data center.
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Agenda - 8th April 2020
|11.05am||Introduction of OCP and Partners|
|11.15am||Quick Peeks of OCP Projects:
|11.30am||OCP Case Study: Energy and Cost Efficiencies through Open-source Hardware in Telco’s and CSPs|
|11.45am||Closing Address and Call for Polling to address key interests in Session 2 and 3|
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More about OCP
- Since 2016 OCP vanity free open source hardware has been adopted by the worlds Telecommunications Service Providers to Cloudify their infrastructure for supporting tomorrow’s technologies of 5G, IoT and Smart Cities. This transformation to open source technologies has produced 70% CAPEX reductions and more than 50% OPEX reductions.
- OCP servers also use 50% less energy than traditional proprietary enterprise servers and Steve will highlight how companies are aligning energy efficiency targets with their use of open source hardware. Furthermore, the drivers of adoption of OCP are growing more diverse – cost reduction and power efficiency are still the biggest reasons why, but the market is now realizing that feature flexibility and conformance to those specifications approved by OCP provide a measure of “comfort” to the market.