Designed to serve the hyperscale data center, open hardware delivers leading scalability and flexibility.
By employing vanity-free and optimized designs, open hardware minimizes both data center operational cost and energy footprint.
Thanks to ongoing vigorous collaboration among technology leaders, open standard innovations are always the latest and greatest.
Inspur and open hardware is a natural fit. We bring our robust experience in hardware design to projects in open standards, and our technology offerings feature the optimized efficiency, high-performance, and flexibility that open computing initiatives require.
Inspur pledges the highest level of commitment to bringing open standards to the next-generation cloud data center industry, having spearheaded significant global open platform projects like the ODCC “Scorpio”, among others, and most recently the world’s first OCP-Accepted™ compute node based on the Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor Family. Inspur also plays an active part in leading open computing organizations, notably as OCP Foundation’s Platinum member and an Open19 early major participant.
Inspur is the only hardware provider in the world participating in and contributing to all open data center platforms and projects.
Inspur leverages its history of hardware design innovation to create hardware solutions that can bridge disparate open standards and fulfill their core initiatives.
Inspur has the robust capability to supply, scale, and support mission-critical cloud data center deployments all over the world.
Versatile, efficient and modularized rack scale solution optimized for hyperscale deployments
OCP-Accepted™ compute node based on Open Rack v2, powered by Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor
Rack server with PCI-e Fabric interconnect architecture and extreme GPU computing capacity