Conor Malone, vice president of engineering at Hyve, shows us what Data Direct Networks, a storage company, and Nebula, an open source cloud initiative, are doing with Hyve chassis and servers in this video filmed at the Open Compute Summit V.
Advocates of open networking are seeking to bring about a future in which commodity networking hardware will be easily managed by software, all of which will be open. They say the effort is moving ahead "very quickly."
Hyve Solutions, a division of SYNNEX Corporation, unveiled its new front I/O optimized servers, called the Ambient Series, last week during the Open Compute Summit V in San Jose, California. On the floor of the exhibit hall, Data Center Knowledge...
DataDirect Networks (DDN) announced it is joining forces with Hyve Solutions to help Web 2.0 enterprises and service providers simplify and accelerate large scale cloud storage deployments, reliably and cost effectively.
As it continues to grow, The Open Compute Project is moving closer to a tipping point that creates lasting change in how IT equipment is built and sold. This raises a new set of questions: Can the revolution give birth to successful businesses?
The excitement of Open Compute Summit V continues with a growing number of companies joining the project, peaking enterprise interest in the efficient hardware generated by the Open Compute movement. Here's our photo essay of last week's event in...
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.