Nokia Airframe OCP

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Nokia AirFrame Datacenter Solution Overview.

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Open Compute for hyper-scale efficiency, Facebook started Open Compute Project (OCP) in 2011 to share and foster innovation for the most energy efficient and economical data centers.
Today, many of world’s biggest cloud/Internet companies are participating: Microsoft, LinkedIn, Apple, Bank of America.
OCP has brought up blueprints for computing, storage, and networking that are derived directly from hyper-scale innovations.

OCP is designed to lower cost of infrastructure

  • Vanity free design without any unnecessary components;
  • Disaggregated rack level solution with common resources (e.g. power and storage);
  • Lower weight by removing unnecessary materials;
  • OCP is designed to lower cost of operations

  • Tool-less serviceability of hardware;
  • Maintenance operations from the front enable strict hot aisle containment;
  • Efficient cooling and higher operation temperature enabling low PUE (<1.1).
  • Nokia Airframe buidling blocks

    Rack
    • 42 OU / 21” rack (external width 600mm, similar to 19” rack)
    • Open Rack v2 specification
    • Two power zones with own power shelves
    • 12,5 VDC busbar for power distribution
    Power shelf
    • 6PSU’s, 12,5 kW load capacity
    • Input dual 3P 208/230 VAC 50/60 Hz
    • Output 12,5 VDC busbar
    Compute shelf
    • 2OU (96mm) shelf with three bays for compute
    • Open Rack V1 and V2 compatible
    Server nodes
    • Dual-socket 2 OU and 1/3 shelf server node
    • Intel Xeon E5-2600 v4 Broadwell, up to 145W SKUs
    • 16x DDR4 RDIMM modules
    • OCP mezzanine slot for dualport 1/10/25G NIC
    • 2 PCIe, x8 and x16
    • 1×3,5” or 6×2,5” storage
    Storage nodes
    • 2 OU and full width unit
    • JBOD supporting up to 30 hot swappable 3,5” HDD drives
    •  Fully redundant
    Switches
    • AirFrame maintenance switch (48+4 port 1RU management switch)
    • AirFrame 10/25/40/50/100GbE 1RU high-density switch (32x100G/ 32x40G / 128×10/25G ports)