Nokia Brings OCP to Enterprise, IT, and Communication Service Providers (CoSPs)
Mar 29, 2016
The Open Compute Project (OCP) helps organizations reduce energy consumption and maintenance costs in the data center.
Nokia* addresses CoSPs-specific requirements with OCP
Improving Data Center Efficiency
Back in 2009, Facebook* tasked a group of engineers to design the world’s most energy- and cost-efficient data center, which meant taking a fresh look at the requisite servers, racks, power supplies, cooling, etc.1 They discovered that removing non-essential components, increasing chassis height, and simplifying server serviceability, among other innovative ideas, could significantly lower energy consumption and maintenance costs.
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