“There are many advantages of Open Compute Hardware. Next to its modularity, flexibility and high-scalability, it also brings us energy-efficiency and easy maintenance.
In addition, its open specifications allow for better understanding of the underlying components and using the hardware’s full potential.

Marek Grzybowski

Head of Infrastructure, RTB House

Circle B offers Open Compute Project based solutions, similar to those of hyper-scale organizations such as Facebook, Rackspace and Microsoft. We use scale-out racks of high-end commodity components to provide agile and modular architectures that are superior to conventional infrastructures in terms of operational efficiency 

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Why hosting companies could benefit from open infrastructure?

  • Innovation is a Strategic Choice
  • Improved Compute Capacity
  • Compete with public cloud
  • Cut Power Cost

    The Open Compute Project: Being the rainbow in the cloud, outgrowing legacy infrastructure at lightspeed

    Collective Wisdom

    The OCP Community has a principle belief that openly sharing ideas, specifiactions and intellectual property is key to maximize innovation, reduce operational complexity in a scalable computing architectures. True power of the community is unleashed when industry leaders colloaborate.

    Pushing Limits

    As technologists across insdustries the community members participate to create and refine designs ever challenging the status quo if legacy infrastructure that holds the industry in a tight grip

    Customer Freedom

    True custiner freedom means choosing a solution that fits your need and can be changed when you want to without being bound by proprietary vendor technology

    Holistic View

    The idea that the total effectiveness of a group of things each interacting with one anothe is different or greater than their effectiveness when acting in isolation from one another

    We are introducing a new bare metal infrastructure for CSP’s, MSP’s and mid-scale enterprise which would support your customer’s workloads by becoming the backbone of your cloud services. Built on AMD EPYC 7002 processor, Circle B Eclipse Flare is set to change the traditional data center colocation. Experience Change, Eclipse Eclipse.

    Sustainability is not a trend, but an urgent necessity. The basic idea of sustainability should charaterize every business decision: from the first ideas for the constructiom and the selection of the installed technology to the cooperation with the partners and the development and introduction of new innovation ideas.

    Menno Kortekaas

    CTO, Circle B

    New Open Hardware: Circle B Eclipse Flare

    • MiTAC Server Chassis
    • AMD EPYC 7502P
    • 4x 32GB DDR4 3200 MHz
    • 240GB SSD M.2
    • 25GbE (2 SFP+ ports)
    • MiTAC Server Chassis
    • AMD EPYC 7702P
    • 8x 32GB DDR4 3200 MHz
    • 480GB SSD M.2
    • 25GbE (2 SFP+ ports)

    AMD EPYC 7002 Processors.

    With advanced security features and ground breaking performances the AMD EPYC 7002 processors have been engineered for data centres that rely on CPU performance.

    AMD EPYC 7702P
    • 64 CPU Cores
    • 128 Threads
    • 2.0 GHz Base Clock
    • Up to 3.35 Ghz Max Boost Clock
    • 256MB Total L3 Cache
    AMD EPYC 7502P
    • 32 CPU Cores
    • 64 Threads
    • 2.5 GHz Base Clock
    • Up to 3.35 Ghz Max Boost Clock
    • 128MB Total L3 Cache
    Don’t just take our word for it. Please contact us to arrange a test drive of the Eclipse bare metal where you can run your typical workloads for a short time and assess the hardware performance.