SAN JOSE – The fifth edition of the Open Compute Summit clearly showed growth in the open source hardware movement, with 3,400 participants registered for the conference, 150 official member companies now part of OCP, and the announcement of multiple new contributions in servers, networking and storage. OCP aims to create highly efficient and scalable servers and data centers, following the model traditionally associated with open source software projects. Frank Frankovsky, chairman and president of the Open Compute Project Foundation, outlines the group’s progress in this blog post. Here’s some photo highlights from the event’s first day.
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