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Open Hardware Technologies evolved at the speed of light. You will find on this single page the news and need to know facts about Open Hardware project that Horizon Computing engineering team follows or designs. Feel free to use it as your source of inspiration, and get in touch with us if some specific abstracts needs deeper explanations, or if you are part of an Open Hardware project you want us to relay.

RISC-V Symposium at MIT (12 and 13th of July 2016)

RISC-V is a modern instruction set architecture defined by a small group of engineers and researchers from Berkeley university and MIT. Started as an educative project to learn chip design, the architecture is rapidly evolving with the support of a structured non...

Need to know – 2 – Open Compute Server

Open Compute servers are widely adopted with Intel Xeon 26xx v3 and v4 family. Intel has launched a huge amount of variation of these chips which supports two kind of memory DIMM (RDIMM and LRDIMM) with various power consumption and maximum operating temperatures....

Need to know – 1 – Open Rack

Open Rack introduces new paradigm in datacenter rack power distribution with a centralized power shelf per rack which is servicing electronic equipments with DC power, removing the hassle to maintain dual redundant PSU per elements, and complex PDU wiring. Centralized...
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