OCP (Open Compute Project) is an open-design architecture aiming to redesign everything from the datacentre down to the server to improve energy efficiency, power management, and ease of serviceability.
Multi-node servers, high density storage and open racks product line - 2CRSi have been a member of the Open Compute Project (OCP) community since 2018. Watch our video to discover the key benefits of Open Plus and how it compares to a traditional datacentre.
Supermicro introduces its all new MegaDC product family, the industry's first commercial off-the-shelf systems designed exclusively for high volume deployments and hyper-scale datacentres supporting up to 2 double wide GPUs.
The 1U storage drawer system is a high-density compute and storage platform designed with multiple tiers of cold, warm, and hot storage partitions in a 1U space, and is optimised for maximum cost-effectiveness and efficiency with software-defined storage (SDS) architectures.
The 2U MegaDC GPU server is a flexible Machine Learning platform in a 19" form-factor that supports multiple double-wide and/or single-wide GPUs configurations with active or passive cooling solutions.
OCtoPus is a new generation of servers designed by 2CRSi, based on the Open Compute Project (OCP). With 3 cooling technologies, the OCtoPus combines the best advantage of OCP architectures with unique R&D innovation from 2CRSi and new technologies from its strategic partners.
Asperitas has been an active member of OCP since 2018, leading the immersion cooling activities within the Advanced Cooling sub-project. Asperitas' AIC24 solution is designed to meet the demand for high density compute both on a system and server level.
To help our clients make informed decisions about new technologies, we have opened up our research & development facilities and actively encourage customers to try the latest platforms using their own tools and if necessary together with their existing hardware. Remote access is also available
Boston arbeitet seit kurzem mit Ampere Computing zusammen, dem Entwickler des ersten Cloud Native Processors, der Ampere® Altra® genannt wird. Lernen Sie in diesem Webcast Ampere Computing kennen, was den Hersteller auszeichnet und welche Enterprise-Lösungen von Boston basierend auf der Ampere® Altra® Produktfamilie bereits verfügbar sind.