Open Compute tests launched at University of New Hampshire

A university testing lab with more than 25 years experience has published a list of interoperable networking products meeting Open Compute Project (OCP) standards have been listed online, making it easier for data center builders to create efficient flexible IT systems.  

The University of New Hampshire’s InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) has published the Open Network Integrator’s List - a compilation of products which have been validated as interoperating under the networking standards emerging from the Open Compute Project - the Facebook-backed initiative aimed at creating efficient commodity infrastructure for large data centers. The products were tested at UNH-IOL in an Open Networking plugfest in September, and the list was announced today at an Open Compute Project engineering workshop hosted at Fidelity in Boston.