QCT, a global datacenter solution provider combining the efficiency of hyperscale hardware with infrastructure software, is the latest company to announce an OpenChain ISO 5230 conformant program.
“QCT is focused on providing excellent solutions to our data center customers, across cloud to edge,” says Mike Yang, President of QCT. “With the adoption of OpenChain ISO 5230, we continue our commitment to the democratization of open source and carrying out engagement with best practices in governance. We look forward to collaborating with the wide range of companies who have adopted ISO 5230 and accelerating effective and efficient software management in the years to come.”
“We are delighted to welcome OCT to the OpenChain community of conformance,” says Shane Coughlan, OpenChain General Manager. “Supporting the fabric of modern networking is a role of tremendous importance, and QCT has a long history of excellence in all matters related to this. Their adoption of OpenChain ISO 5230 underlines their strong commitment to efficient and effective governance. We look forward to ongoing collaboration in the months and years ahead.”
About Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT)
Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT) is a global data center solution provider that combines the efficiency of hyperscale hardware with infrastructure software from a diversity of industry leaders to solve next-generation data center design and operational challenges. QCT serves cloud service providers, telecoms and enterprises running public, hybrid and private clouds.
Product lines include hyperconverged and software-defined data center solutions as well as servers, storage, switches and integrated racks with an ecosystem of hardware components and software partners. QCT designs, manufactures, integrates and services its offerings via its own global network. The parent of QCT is Quanta Computer, Inc., a Fortune Global 500 corporation.
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