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SAN JOSE, Calif., March 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ – OCP Summit — Today, @Cavium, Inc. (NASDAQ: CAVM), a leading provider of semiconductor products that enable secure and intelligent processing for enterprise, #datacenter, wired and wireless networking, announced that it is collaborating with @Hewlett Packard Enterprise (#HPE), to bring #hyperscale-inspired designs based on #Open Compute Project into mainstream enterprise IT. The introduction of Cavium FastLinQ® 41000 Series 10/25GbE NICs in OCP 2.0 form factor for HPE’s Cloudline Servers and broad collaboration on driving the emerging OCP NIC 3.0 standard will enable mainstream delivery of the most efficient designs for scalable computing to Cavium and HPE’s enterprise and cloud service provider customers. Tier-1 hyperscale buyers define leading-edge operational efficiency and have the skill set along with the purchasing power to request or design custom and semi-custom hardware, which enables operational cost savings and performance benefits to enable their businesses to run more efficiently. Enterprise IT organizations and cloud service providers outside the hyperscale category often lack the scale and skill set for custom hardware design but are increasingly under more pressure to improve efficiency and provide competitive differentiation for their business. As a result, minimizing capital expenses and operating expenses is a key priority for Enterprise IT as they seek disruptive innovations or new business models to achieve their goals. These organizations are closely tracking hyperscale buyers’ actions and are looking for ways to leverage hyperscale best practices in their own IT environments. To optimize visibility, improve efficiencies, and achieve collaborative design opportunities with the Enterprise datacenter supply chain, CIO and CTOs are demanding technologies that are considered “open.”

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