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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Nexedi's Rapid.Space announces Great Cost Effective Big Data Cloud in China based on MiTAC OCP Tioga Pass and Edgecore Open Networking

Nexedi has successfully deployed the early infrastructure of its Rapid.Space public cloud in China, in partnership with state-owned big data company. For the first time, price of Cloud in China has become as low as in Europe. A 256 GB RAM dedicated VM with 40 Xeon virtual cores, 4 TB SSD and 10 Gbps network is marketed 1888 RMB per month. This 5 to 20 times less than the average market price in China.
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Nexedi certifies ITRenew Sesame OCP Leopard for SlapOS

Amsterdam, September 26, 2019 - Nexedi successfully completed certification of ITRenew Sesame OCP Leopard recertified servers for SlapOS operation management system powered by Ubuntu 16.04 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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Nexedi's Rapid.Space Cloud slashes CO2 emissions by up to 87% thanks to Hydro66 and ITRenew Sesame

Hydro66 have delivered OCP colocation data center services to Nexedi, operator of Rapid.Space cloud and leading publisher of Entreprise open source software in Europe. This new IaaS platform provides market leading price and performance public cloud servers. It is based on Sesame recertified servers provided by ITRenew and based on the Open Compute Project (OCP) standard. Rapid.Space at Hydro66 reduces CO2 emissions by up to 87% compared to average European cloud providers.
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Nexedi Showcases SlapOS 4G/5G Network Management System based on Free Software, Open Hardware and Edge Computing

Nexedi will showcase during Mobile World Congress 2019 its next generation Network Management System (SlapOS NMS) designed for low latency 4G and 5G. SlapOS NMS is a Free Software converged solution for edge computing and radio networks. It now supports open source 3GPP stacks (ex. SRS), proprietary stacks (ex. Amarisoft) and open hardware (ex. Lime Microsystems, Open Compute Project).
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SlapOS EdgePacer: plug-and-play Edge Computing for corporate networks based on Nexedi Free Software and Open Hardware

Nexedi will introduce at Mobile World Congress 2019 an innovative Edge Computing enabler: SlapOS EdgePacer. Based on industrial grade Open Hardware by Olimex, SlapOS EdgePacer extends existing corporate networks with essential edge services: content delivery network (CDN), IoT buffering, low latency routing, resilient networking and IPv6 everywhere.
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Rapid.Space: High Performance, Low Cost, Ethical Cloud based on Open Hardware and Free Software

Nexedi launches beta phase of rapid.space * low cost, high performance, ethical cloud * based on Open Hardware, Open Source Free Software and circular economy
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Nexedi Demonstrates Open Source Network Management System for 5G/4G Networks at MWC 2018

Nexedi is demonstrating during Mobile World Congress 2018 a preview of a Network Management System (NMS) designed for low latency 5G and 4G networks. NMS is published under Free Software license, integrated with Amarisoft 5G / 4G stack and supports Edge Computing for AI offloading.
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IFF and Nexedi bootstraps the Cloudooo Network, a free cloud of universal office document conversion servers

Press release to announce that Nexedi Brasil announces ERP5 Data, an open source ERP solution to sell Governement Data and publish Open Data
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Turnkey Enterprise Cloud Solution with 2880 x86 cores priced 205.000€ announced by Horizon Computing and Nexedi

Turnkey Enterprise Cloud announced by Horizon Computing and Nexedi - Priced 205.000€ per building block - Based on Open Hardware Solutions (OHS) and SlapOS fully integrated Edge Cloud - Using 2880 x86 cores per block
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Hyperconvergence meets Big Data

Europython 2016
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Wendelin + Jupyter: shared environment in cluster

Wendelin and ERP5 kernel for Jupyter are in constant evolution. This time, to match the distribute architecture of ERP5 a solution was developed to allow code from Jupyter to be executed correctly in an ERP5 cluster, which can have many processes in many different servers. The user now can create a context using the new "environment object" to store definitions of functions, classes, modules imports and customizations and they will be available automatically in the ERP5 process chosen to run the code.
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How to get started with Out-of-core NumPy arrays

A minimal tutorial to learn how to use wendelin.core library. It shows how to install wendelin.core and do basic out-of-core operations on ndarrays.
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Nexedi Enterprise Free Software Meetup - Tokyo 2016

Nexedi KK holds a mini event at 31 May 2016 to talk about the latest roadmap and success cases of ERP5 and other Free Software developed by Nexedi group.
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Wendelin: 0.5 released

Wendelin has just announced the new 0.5 release. This release integrates Jupyter into Wendelin providing a familiar interface when working with data. Work has also been gone into upgrading to Wendelin Core 0.5 as well as simplifying the standalone install process.
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SlapOS hyperconvergent OS powers "TeraLab", Institut Mines Télécom's Big Data Platform

Nexedi and ViFiB celebrate one year of reliable deployment of SlapOS to run Teralab, the Big Data platform of Institut Mines Télécom which is at the core of multiple data science research and innovation activities of companies listed on Euronext. SlapOS has proven during one year to be the most efficient, universal and cost effective hyperconvergent operating system with a total operating cost of 40€ per server per month and the ability to support huge loads typical of big data.
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GKR successfully implements global ERP in 3 months based on HTML5 offline technology

GKR, international group in rubber industry, has implemented in 3 months an exemplary purchase-production-sales data acquisition and management system for 14 subsidiaries in China and south-east Asia, through worldwide deployment of offline HTML5 Application, central ERP5 open source platform and GrandeNet application delivery network.
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Nexedi Supports Pyston Development

Last November Nexedi hired Boxiang Sun, key community contributor to the development of Pyston, a performance-oriented Python implementation.
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Wendelin: core version 0.5 upgrade and performance tests

Wendelin Core was upgraded to version 0.5 adding support for two different formats of data storage. We compare their performance against MariaDB and look ahead.
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Nexedi releases first open source e-government platform in China for lightning protection based on ERP5

Nexedi released today the first open source lightning protection egovernment platform after studying during 9-months the business process of lightning protection in China. The platform is built on the ERP5 workflow with full customization to Chinese lightning protection business process and decision-making flow, together with modern e-business features: e-signature, document management, real-time image capturing, geo-location, mobile access. etc.
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