Inside Advanced Scale Challenges|Friday, November 17, 2017
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OCP Tackles ‘Big Software’ Compatibility Issues

The Open Compute Project spearheaded by Facebook continues to wring out "big software" platforms such as the latest release of OpenStack, container orchestrators like Kubernetes along with block and ...Full Article

Intel, Facebook Accelerate Datacenters With FPGAs

Intel Corp.'s plan to combine its next Xeon processor with a batch of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) along with ongoing collaboration with Facebook aims to accelerate a growing ...Full Article

First 10 GB/s SSD Flash Drive Coming This Summer – And It’s OCP-Compliant

Seagate Technology today unveiled what it said is the fastest single flash-based solid-state drive (SSD), with throughput performance of 10 GB/s. Targeting hyperscale data centers, data-intensive enterprises and HPC, ...Full Article

Open Compute Expands Switch Offerings

The networking branch of the Open Compute Project announced a pair of new standard switches this week along with plans in the upcoming year to focus on faster networking ...Full Article

Benefit From Microsoft’s Open Compute Hyperscale Designs

All large companies, whether they are hyperscale datacenter operators or cloud providers or they are enterprises supporting a diverse mix of workloads, wrestle with the polar opposites of creating ...Full Article

Rackspace Ramps Up Open Compute Iron

The Open Compute open source hardware project got its start more than three years ago when social media giant Facebook, which was at the time using custom server designs ...Full Article

A Sneak Peek At VMware EVO:RACK Cluster Appliances

Contrary to some of the rumors going around ahead of the “Project Marvin” EVO cluster appliances launch at VMworld this week, server virtualization juggernaut VMware does not want to ...Full Article