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White Paper: Building an Agile Future: How Defense Edge Networks stand to benefit from the Open Compute Project

June 21, 2024

15min read time (2055 words)

The Open Compute Project and associated subprojects such as open edge are transforming the enterprise network and server market. By rethinking the hardware and infrastructure stack and addressing these issues via common, modular and cost-effective architectures, IT organizations that adopt OCP technologies can better keep pace with changing business needs. The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) can harness innovations from commercial and open community-based initiatives like these as part of their Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) acquisition strategy to rapidly and affordably field enhanced capabilities in the battlefield. Learn how the DOD can bridge the gap between its MOSA mandate and commercial OCP-based projects and standards in this white paper.

Read this white paper to learn about:

  • What the Open Compute Project (OCP) Is
  • The OCP Open Edge subproject
  • Why OCP matters to the DoD
  • How OCP improves supply chain stability, adaptability, and affordability
  • The future of OCP and Adoption
  • How the OCP aligns with existing MOSA initiatives
  • Mercury's Common Module System (CMS) X08 open standards-based rugged server
  • How to build agile electronic ecosystems for the future 

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