Powering the World's Largest OCP Clouds. QCT EIA QCT ORV2 QCT RSD


Amalgamated Rack  

QCT is taking the building blocks from the OCP Open Rack version 2 (ORv2) and Project Olympus and conforming them to the EIA-310-D standards.

New ORv2 Offerings  

QCT is introducing progressive updates and refreshes of our most popular ORv2 building blocks.

QCT’s Rackgo R Design  

An effortless data center management instrument that can compose pooled resources across the data center for multi-tenant use.


QuantaMesh BMS T9032-IX9

QuantaMesh BMS T9032-IX9

QuantaMesh BMS T4048-IX8

QuantaMesh BMS T4048-IX8


The Open Compute Project (OCP) is a community and movement founded by Facebook that, through open source sharing and collaboration on data center designs, strives to deliver ever more innovative, scalable, and efficient infrastructure solutions to meet growing industry needs, which are rapidly outgrowing conventional data center hardware.

Today, data growth, shortage of space, and power and cooling issues are data center operators’ biggest challenges. Transitioning from proprietary hardware to open standards offer a number of solutions. OCP enables nimble, rapid adjustment to changing infrastructure demands, offers significant cost savings, and lowers energy consumption thereby minimizing environmental impact.


QCT is an early collaborator with Facebook and an advocate for open standards in data center designs. Through partnerships with Open Rack (contributed by Facebook), Open Cloud Server (contributed by Microsoft) and China’s Scorpio Project, QCT has become the premier solutions provider for several of the world’s most prominent hyperscale data centers.

For the past decade, QCT has contributed innovative designs to the industry at every scale level. Building on extensive hyperscale experience and knowledge, QCT is working to bring hyperscale architecture into enterprise and hybrid cloud applications. With designs renowned for power and cooling efficiency which significantly reduces TCO, QCT is aggressively pursuing design innovations that better meet enterprise compute and storage requirements, support more operating systems, and qualify a wider scope of peripheral commodities.

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