Rackspace joins the OpenPower Foundation

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Rackspace is now an official member of the OpenPower Foundation, the IBM-created organization whose job is to help oversee IBM’s open-source chips; these chips are posed to give Intel’s x86 chips a run for their money. The cloud provider said in a blog post Tuesday that it will be working with partners to “to design and build an OpenPOWER-based, Open Compute platform” that it eventually aims to put into production. Rackspace now joins Google, Canonical, Nvidia and Samsung as another OpenPower member. In early October, IBM announced a new OpenPower-certified server for webscale-centric companies that comes with an IBM Power8 processor and Nvidia’s GPU accelerator.

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