Driving Innovation and Exploration with The Massachusetts Open Cloud – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 454

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Orran Krieger, the Founding Director for the Cloud Computing Initiative at the Hariri Institute at Boston University discusses the Massachusetts Open Cloud (MOC) and how it is a shared infrastructure for running big data applications, empowering researchers and companies to explore, develop and release cloud-based Big Data technology. He talks about how the MOC is based on an Open Cloud eXchange (OCX) marketplace model that provides an open and customizable approach to cloud computing enabling multiple entities to provide computing resources and services on a level playing field. Orran emphasizes how the Massachusetts Open Cloud can have a tremendous impact on cloud innovation by allowing companies to experiment with new technologies, test their technologies on the MOC user base, and drive software and hardware evolution through interaction with Massachusetts Open Cloud community.

To learn more, visit:
info.massopencloud.org

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