A global leader in powering, managing and securing the world’s digitally connected infrastructure.
AMI is committed to contributing to the Open Source
community with the goal to encourage
ODMs are shipping
OCP platforms that
are sold on the
AMI’s open source trees are pulled
from The Linux Foundation® OpenBMC™ and EDK II
trees and AMI develops additional
value-add features on top of them
Customers wanting a more feature-rich solution can easily license the cutting edge tree and pay AMI for support, additional features and customizations
Point-of-use customers can then utilize this hardened open source tree for their OCP server platforms
Open Compute Project™
CSPs, DCs, and Enterprises
AMI plans to push these trees to
the OCP Community on a delayed
periodic basis after thorough
validation and is working with ODMs
to target OCP Marketplace systems
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