How Can I Get All the Advantages of a Modern Data Center Architecture?

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Erik Riedel, SVP Sesame Engineering of ITRenew

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Are you confident that you have the right data center architecture to support your business-critical applications? Are you finding it difficult to manage your data center infrastructure when you need to make changes? Can you scale as your needs grow? Now is the time for you to modernize your data center with an architecture that's open and simple. Open architecture allows you to make your data center more efficient, flexible, and scalable. Join us for a conversation on: ● How open architecture drives massively improved data center density and efficiency ● How the Open Computer Project (OCP) fosters a collaborative community focused on redesigning hardware technology to support your growing compute, storage, and networking demands ● Delivering state-of-the-art performance and reliability without compromise.

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