(Jan. 28, 2014) -- Read quotes from partners in the Open Compute Certification and Solution Laboratory:
"We're thrilled that the AMD Open 3.0 platform has gained Open Compute certification and is now being used in the first and only Open Compute certification lab in North America," said Suresh Gopalakrishnan, corporate vice president and general manager, Server Business Unit, AMD. "This collaboration demonstrates AMD's strong commitment to the open compute movement and open technologies."
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"Mellanox has been an OCP supporter and contributor since inception," said Kevin Deierling, vice president of marketing at Mellanox Technologies. "Developing a meaningful and scalable compliance and interoperability charter is critical to the success of any open standard. We're pleased to support and contribute to OCP C&I efforts at UTSA. Mellanox, with its end-to-end interconnect solutions, is well positioned to ensure C&I efforts extend to OCP Storage and OCP Network projects in the future."
Mellanox media relations contact:
Ashley Paula, Waggener Edstrom
"The Open Compute Certification and Solutions Laboratory at UTSA is the next critical step in building out the OCP ecosystem," said Mike Yang, general manager of Quanta QCT. "The work they are doing with their partners provides a reliable roadmap for enterprises and service providers seeking to deploy OCP solutions that meet rigorous and reliable standards, and Quanta QCT is honored to be an early and active supporter of this effort."
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"Avnet has a longstanding history in supporting educational efforts, and this was a perfect fit for us from the beginning," said DaWane Wanek, director of strategic solutions enablement with Rorke Global Solutions, a business unit of Avnet Inc. (NYSE: AVT) Electronics Marketing group in the Americas. "Making OCP easier to consume for the next generation of engineers and enabling programs like the UTSA lab is a wonderful opportunity for us to contribute to the future of innovation, with untold payoff."
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"Seagate joined the Open Compute Project in 2012 to help develop and promote open scalable storage technology and solutions for cloud. The new Open Compute Certification and Solution Laboratory at UTSA will be paramount serving as a much needed proving ground for open storage technology contributions, research, and education, said Ali Fenn, senior director of Seagate advanced storage. "As adoption of open source solutions grow interoperability, quality assurance, and on-going education is critical. Seagate is excited the talent and expertise of the Open Compute Certification and Solution Laboratory at UTSA is now part of the OCP community."
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The UTSA Interactive Technology Experience Center camps are for curious youth who are interested in STEM and related topics. This week, campers will study environmental science, robotics and computer science.
UTSA Main Campus
The Curtis Vaughan Observatory at UTSA will be having open stargazing every Wednesday night during the month. This event is free and open to the public.
Curtis Vaughan Observatory, UTSA Main Campus
In four sessions of this weeklong day camp for 9 to 13-year-olds, campers will participate in indoor and outdoor activities while exploring ancient technologies from around the world and the new technologies archaeologists are using to discover them.
UTSA Center for Archaeological Research, Main Campus
Roadrunner readers dive into exciting topics during this literary adventure summer camp geared toward 6-10-year-olds, occurring Monday through Thursday for two weeks.
Buena Vista Building 3.350, Downtown Campus
This event seeks to uncover overlapping African and Indigenous cultural expressions as points of decolonial praxis within readings of Black, Chicana/o, Mexican American, and African American culture and history. It's free and open to the public.
Buena Vista Theater (BV
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Main Building (MB 1.126), Main Campus
7 to 12 year-olds will explore Mayan Culture in a three-day sessions, concluding at the Witte museum, where campers will have the chance to see the new "Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed" exhibit.
UTSA Center for Archaeological Research, Main Campus
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