SUNNYVALE, Calif., March 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Chelsio Communications, Inc., a leading provider of Ethernet adapters for storage networking, virtualized enterprise data centers, cloud service installations, and cluster computing environments, today announced the company has joined the Open Compute Project (OCP) under the Open Compute Foundation. Initiated by Facebook, the OCP mission is to develop and specify the most cost-efficient, energy efficient and scalable enterprise and Web 2.0 data center technologies.
"Our open, collaborative approach to designing and building data center hardware and software results in greater efficiencies, flexibility and scale for everyone," said Amber Graner, Operations Director and Community Manager, Open Compute Project (OCP) Foundation. "Chelsio's membership and active participation in the OCP community, through contributing its expertise and technology, brings new opportunities for design and collaboration that continues the progress we made to date in building a more open and efficient data center."
"We are pleased to join the collaborative efforts of the Open Compute Project," said Kianoosh Naghshineh, president and CEO of Chelsio. "We consider the OCP community as providing best practices that will help more companies build efficient data center solutions for the Web 2.0 and cloud applications."
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About Chelsio Communications
Chelsio is a recognized leader in high performance (10G/25G/40G/50G/100G) Ethernet adapters for networking and storage within virtualized enterprise data centers, public and private hyperscale clouds, and cluster computing environments. With a clear emphasis on performance and delivering the only robust offload solution, as opposed to simple speeds and feeds, Chelsio has set itself apart from the competition. The Chelsio Unified Wire fully offloads all protocol traffic, providing no-compromise performance with high packet processing capacity, sub-microsecond hardware latency and high bandwidth. Visit the company at www.chelsio.com, and follow the company on (@Chelsio1) on Twitter and Facebook.
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