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Re: Cert Lab
rick merritt   8/13/2013 10:59:42 AM
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@Janine: Makes sense. A lot of the server design and manufacturing for the Facebooks, Amazons and Google';s of the world comes from Taiwan ODMs these days with Quanta one of the leaders. Taiwan has wanted a bigger footprint in clpoud comp0uting for awhile. ITRI has a division focusing on cloud issues, too.

ITRI is clearing space right now and is out ahead of the team preparing the testing software.

 

 

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JanineLove   8/13/2013 9:14:48 AM
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"Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute has agreed to set up the first certification lab. Space could be ready in a few weeks, though test suites will take longer to complete."

>>I'd like to hear more about this.

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Ready for SDN?
rick merritt   8/12/2013 8:23:05 PM
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Google is, Facebook is. How about you?

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