Articles Tagged: OCP

Colocation Providers Have Options in Integrating Open Compute Project Data Center Architectures

There’s been a lot of buzz on our blog sites about the Open Compute Project (OCP) and how products that adhere to its design tenets can improve data center efficiency…. Read more »

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How is the Open Compute Project Affecting Today’s Data Centers

Recently we ran an Open Compute Project (OCP) Engineering Workshop during a DatacenterDynamics event in London, which I attended in my role as Joint Chair of the OCP data center… Read more »

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Summing up the Hottest Data Center Topics of 2016 – With an Eye to the Year Ahead

With December upon us, the floodgates are officially open for blog posts that look back at the year we leave behind or towards the year ahead. Consider this one something… Read more »

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Why Server Power Supplies Are Like Your Circuit Breaker Panel – Part 2

Why are server power supply unit (PSU) ratings so much higher than the actual server power consumption?  In Part 1 of this blog, I analyzed some server data and concluded… Read more »

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Driving Towards Simpler Data Centers

The Open Compute Project has helped to open up some much needed dialogue within the data center industry.  It is driving data center owners/managers toward simpler, more standardized, more efficient,… Read more »

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A Data Center Architecture Hack, Inspired by and Encompassing the Open Compute Project

When I first heard the term “hacking” from folks at the Open Compute Project (OCP), I was a little confused – what does that mean, “hacking”? Is it some play… Read more »

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Pulse from the Data Center World Conference 2016

What a difference a week makes.   This year’s conference is in Las Vegas and being sponsored by companies with very traditional approaches to data center physical infrastructure design with a… Read more »

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Deploying Open Rack, Servers and Storage from the Open Compute Project

The data center industry has traditionally been risk averse and for good reason – business critical and life critical applications cannot be taken lightly. With that the industry is also… Read more »

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What’s the Pulse from the Open Compute Project Summit?

The greatest minds in data center design are converging in Silicon Valley today and tomorrow with the intention of collaborating and sharing.   What started out as a controversial idea for… Read more »

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Computing Evolves with the Open Compute Project

If you have been following or involved in the data center game for many years you first saw the original “computer rooms” that were designed for huge and very hot… Read more »

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Why Server Power Supplies Are Like Your Circuit Breaker Panel – Part 2

Why are server power supply unit (PSU) ratings so much higher than the actual server power consumption?  In Part 1 of this blog, I analyzed some server data and concluded… Read more »

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Driving Towards Simpler Data Centers

The Open Compute Project has helped to open up some much needed dialogue within the data center industry.  It is driving data center owners/managers toward simpler, more standardized, more efficient,… Read more »

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Deploying Open Rack, Servers and Storage from the Open Compute Project

The data center industry has traditionally been risk averse and for good reason – business critical and life critical applications cannot be taken lightly. With that the industry is also… Read more »

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Pulse from the Data Center World Conference 2016

What a difference a week makes.   This year’s conference is in Las Vegas and being sponsored by companies with very traditional approaches to data center physical infrastructure design with a… Read more »

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Summing up the Hottest Data Center Topics of 2016 – With an Eye to the Year Ahead

With December upon us, the floodgates are officially open for blog posts that look back at the year we leave behind or towards the year ahead. Consider this one something… Read more »

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A Data Center Architecture Hack, Inspired by and Encompassing the Open Compute Project

When I first heard the term “hacking” from folks at the Open Compute Project (OCP), I was a little confused – what does that mean, “hacking”? Is it some play… Read more »

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Computing Evolves with the Open Compute Project

If you have been following or involved in the data center game for many years you first saw the original “computer rooms” that were designed for huge and very hot… Read more »

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What’s the Pulse from the Open Compute Project Summit?

The greatest minds in data center design are converging in Silicon Valley today and tomorrow with the intention of collaborating and sharing.   What started out as a controversial idea for… Read more »

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How is the Open Compute Project Affecting Today’s Data Centers

Recently we ran an Open Compute Project (OCP) Engineering Workshop during a DatacenterDynamics event in London, which I attended in my role as Joint Chair of the OCP data center… Read more »

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Colocation Providers Have Options in Integrating Open Compute Project Data Center Architectures

There’s been a lot of buzz on our blog sites about the Open Compute Project (OCP) and how products that adhere to its design tenets can improve data center efficiency…. Read more »

Leave a comment

Summing up the Hottest Data Center Topics of 2016 – With an Eye to the Year Ahead

With December upon us, the floodgates are officially open for blog posts that look back at the year we leave behind or towards the year ahead. Consider this one something… Read more »

1 Comment

Driving Towards Simpler Data Centers

The Open Compute Project has helped to open up some much needed dialogue within the data center industry.  It is driving data center owners/managers toward simpler, more standardized, more efficient,… Read more »

Leave a comment

How is the Open Compute Project Affecting Today’s Data Centers

Recently we ran an Open Compute Project (OCP) Engineering Workshop during a DatacenterDynamics event in London, which I attended in my role as Joint Chair of the OCP data center… Read more »

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Colocation Providers Have Options in Integrating Open Compute Project Data Center Architectures

There’s been a lot of buzz on our blog sites about the Open Compute Project (OCP) and how products that adhere to its design tenets can improve data center efficiency…. Read more »

Leave a comment

Computing Evolves with the Open Compute Project

If you have been following or involved in the data center game for many years you first saw the original “computer rooms” that were designed for huge and very hot… Read more »

Leave a comment

Deploying Open Rack, Servers and Storage from the Open Compute Project

The data center industry has traditionally been risk averse and for good reason – business critical and life critical applications cannot be taken lightly. With that the industry is also… Read more »

Leave a comment

What’s the Pulse from the Open Compute Project Summit?

The greatest minds in data center design are converging in Silicon Valley today and tomorrow with the intention of collaborating and sharing.   What started out as a controversial idea for… Read more »

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Pulse from the Data Center World Conference 2016

What a difference a week makes.   This year’s conference is in Las Vegas and being sponsored by companies with very traditional approaches to data center physical infrastructure design with a… Read more »

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A Data Center Architecture Hack, Inspired by and Encompassing the Open Compute Project

When I first heard the term “hacking” from folks at the Open Compute Project (OCP), I was a little confused – what does that mean, “hacking”? Is it some play… Read more »

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Why Server Power Supplies Are Like Your Circuit Breaker Panel – Part 2

Why are server power supply unit (PSU) ratings so much higher than the actual server power consumption?  In Part 1 of this blog, I analyzed some server data and concluded… Read more »

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