Nexedi certifies MiTAC OCP Tioga Pass for Debian based SlapOS

Nexedi successfully completed certification of MiTAC Tioga Pass servers for SlapOS operation management system powered by Debian GNU/Linux. Any company can now build their own public or private cloud infrastructure based on a fully open-source, license-free solution with 100% success track record.
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Amsterdam, September 25, 2019

Nexedi successfully completed certification of MiTAC Tioga Pass servers for SlapOS operation management system powered by Debian GNU/Linux. Any company can now build their own public or private cloud infrastructure based on a fully open-source, license-free solution with 100% success track record.

Debian on MITAC Tioga Pass

Thomas Gambier, Head of Rapid.Space cloud operations at Nexedi, stated: “MiTAC OCP Tioga Pass servers were installed with Debian 9 and SlapOS. They have gone through a one month period of intensive tests which combine CPU, RAM, SSD and networking at the same time by running forty of ERP instances on a 40-core server. All test results were successful”.

Afred Chao, Co-Lead of OCP Taiwan and Special Assistant to the President Office of MiTAC Computing Technology Corp. OCP, stated “SlapOS powered by Debian adds a fully open-source, license-free option for companies willing to create their own public cloud or private cloud infrastructure based on OCP Tioga Pass.”.

Jean-Paul Smets, CEO of Nexedi, concludes: “SlapOS is the only open-source IaaS or PaaS solution with 100% success ratio. Combining SlapOS and MiTAC Tioga Pass can slash costs by 5 to 20 compared to average public clouds.”

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About Nexedi

Nexedi is currently an OCP Community member and OCP Solution Provider.

Nexedi is the largest publisher of Open Source / Free Software in Europe with 15 million lines of original source code. Nexedi enterprise software portfolio covers business applications (ERP5), edge cloud computing (SlapOS), big data (Wendelin), distributed transactional NoSQL database (NEO), HTML5 productivity (OfficeJS), progressive offline web applications (RenderJS, JIO), software defined resilient networking (re6st), devops (Webrunner) and multimedia conversion (cloudooo). With presence in Europe, Asia and Americas, Nexedi addresses a wide range of industries ranging from aerospace, automotive, banking, telecommunication, healthcare to government sectors. The Free Software nature of Nexedi solutions eliminates licensing costs, provides full freedom to update or customise the system as business requirements change and allows corporations to capitalise on their know how without vendor lock-in. Nexedi provides 24/7 support to corporations and governments wishing to migrate their mission critical applications to Free Software solutions. 

To learn more, visit www.nexedi.com and follow Nexedi on LinkedIn and Twitter @nexedi.

Contact:

  • English, French: Jean-Paul Smets, Nexedi CEO, Tel: +33(0)-6-29-02-44-25, Email: jp (at) nexedi (dot) com
  • Chinese: Ni Yan, Nexedi, Tel: +86-13871490101, Email: ni (dot) yan (at) nexedi (dot) com
  • German: Sven Franck, Nexedi, Tel: +33 (0)-6-61-76-64-23, Email: sven (dot) franck (at) nexedi (dot) com
  • Japanese: Yusei Tahara, Nexedi KK, Tel: +81(0)-804068-9210, Email: yusei (at) nexedi (dot) com

About MiTAC Computing Technology Corp.

MCT is currently an OCP Platinum member and OCP Solution Provider.

MiTAC Computing Technology Corp. (MiTAC), a wholly owned subsidiary of MiTAC Holdings Corp. (TWSE: 3706), is focused on cloud computing solutions and services. MiTAC has design and manufacturing experience in enterprise servers, storage systems, embedded products and industrial computers. With more than 20 years in the industry, MiTAC has a well proven track record in hyper scale data center deployments. Combined with a 30 year history of TYAN server customization capacity, comprehensive relationships with channel and system integration service providers, MiTAC is now providing customers with deliverables featuring flexibility and customization while remaining aligned with different systems and application types. MiTAC’s cloud computing solutions cover the entire spectrum, from rack and tower systems, high-performance and GPU-accelerated computing, cloud computing servers, storage systems, blade servers, and workstations, to complete systems and cabinets aimed at offering customers and markets the best TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) for public, private and hybrid cloud equipment for the next generation. MiTAC also offers smart client solutions covering panel PC, BOX PC, mobile POS, and industrial mainboards to offer brand owners and system integrators with specialty solutions featuring better integration and competitiveness.

Additional information about MiTAC may be found online at www.mitacmct.com

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  • Jean-Paul Smets is the founder and CEO of Nexedi. After graduating in mathematics and computer science at ENS (Paris), he started his career as a civil servant at the French Ministry of Economy. He then left government to start a small company called “Nexedi” where he developed his first Free Software, an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) designed to manage the production of swimsuits in the not-so-warm but friendly north of France. ERP5 was born. In parallel, he led with Hartmut Pilch (FFII) the successful campaign to protect software innovation against the dangers of software patents. The campaign eventually succeeeded by rallying more than 100.000 supporters and thousands of CEOs of European software companies (both open source and proprietary). The Proposed directive on the patentability of computer-implemented inventions was rejected on 6 July 2005 by the European Parliament by an overwhelming majority of 648 to 14 votes, showing how small companies can together in Europe defeat the powerful lobbying of large corporations. Since then, he has helped Nexedi to grow either organically or by investing in new ventures led by bright entrepreneurs.