Photos from Day One: Open Compute Summit V
The Open Compute Summit V had a large crowd in the main ballroom when Frank Frankovsky, who chairs the Open Compute Foundation and works at Facebook, greeted the crowd and updated them on foundation news. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

Photos from Day One: Open Compute Summit V

The fifth edition of the Open Compute Summit kicked off on Tuesday at the San Jose Convention Center, and showed the growing enthusiasm for the open source hardware movement.

The Open Compute Summit V had a large crowd in the main ballroom when Frank Frankovsky, who chairs the Open Compute Foundation and works at Facebook, greeted the crowd and updated them on foundation news. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

The Open Compute Summit V had a large crowd in the main ballroom when Frank Frankovsky, who chairs the Open Compute Foundation and works at Facebook, greeted the crowd and updated them on foundation news. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

SAN JOSE - The fifth edition of the Open Compute Summit kicked off on Tuesday at the San Jose Convention Center, and showed the growing enthusiasm for the open source hardware movement, with 3,400 participants registered for the conference, 150 official member companies and multiple new contributions in servers, networking and storage. We present photo highlights of the first day of the Open Compute Summit V.

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