I sit in a hotel room in Taipei overlooking foreign streets replete with distinctive and unusual attributes. I have eaten my initiate morsel of stinky tofu, shot arrows five feet or six feet into balloons at a carnival venue and enjoyed much delicious fare – stinky tofu being a notable exception! I have also been blessed with the attentions of some of the most amicable and hospitable people I have encountered in my career. True, it is not singularly Open Compute
which has asserted this set of circumstances, but this is perhaps one of the best opportunities for me to provide examples of the tenets of this project in action in a fundamental and tangible manner.
Filed in Cloud Industry Insights
on May. 31, 2012 by Joel Wineland