We've known for years that Google
Whether that's folly isn't important. What is? Judo. Facebook -- ever the Google adversary -- is using The Big G's secrecy against it by revealing exactly how it creates power-saving servers and in the process has created an interesting and perhaps even disruptive opportunity for Dell
The Social Network yesterday shared its custom server designs as part of the unveiling of what it calls the Open Compute Project, an open-source effort to share best practices in energy-efficient data center design. Jonathan Heiliger, Facebook's vice president for technical operations, provided details in a blog post and this video:
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