By ET Bureau - April 08, 2021 1 Mins Read
Retailing giant Target is to join the Open Compute Project (OCP) with the intention of adding to the designs of edge computing.
The OCP is famously recognized for its hardware designs for hyper-scale data centers, but edge computing could potentially represent some open fields for the design.
Target CIO Mike McNamara, said in the company’s ICONN infra cloud conference, that Target has embraced OCP standards for hardware architecture and used OCP-certified hardware across its data centers, stores, and distribution centers. Moreover, Target is considered to be open-source on the hardware and software sides of its pile.
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