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Open Computing: Vendor Landscape

Several vendors have released, or will soon release, servers based on Open Compute specifications. 

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Dead Xbox 360 Converted to a Linux Server

Converting a dead Xbox 360 to a Linux server is not as difficult as it seems, especially if you only use the case of the console. It's still a nice try, and it will make a nice addition to the living room. A Reddit user has posted images with a...

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Canonical Deepens Partnership with Microsoft, Advances Metal-as-a-Service

Canonical and Microsoft announced a partnership extension and demonstrated Canonical’s Metal-as-a-Server (MaaS) deployment in an open computing environment. 

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Facebook Develops 'Yosemite' Open Server Chassis with Intel

The social networking company is contributing Yosemite and open networking gear to the Open Compute Project Foundation.

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HP Does Open Hardware with New Cloudline Servers

It was only summer of last year when HP began making a lot of noise about its commitment to cloud computing overall, and the OpenStack platform in particular. Now, the company is moving its cloud strategy into high gear. 

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