Intel Forms International Open Data Alliance to Push Cloud Computing

October 28, 2010 No Comments

Intel has formed an alliance of Fortune 500 companies to set the standards for cloud interoperability.

The Open Data Center Alliance is made up of 70 international companies with a combined annual IT spend of $50 billion, Intel said in a statement. It will be steered by 10 multi-nationals including BMW, China Life, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan, Lockheed Martin, and Shell. Other companies may join the group at the lowest “adopter” level.

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