April 6, 2018

We are pleased to announce that the Oregon State University (OSU) Open Source Lab (OSL), which hosts infrastructure for over 160 different open source projects, has agreed to host some of our servers for FreeBSD development. The first server, which should be arriving shortly, is an Hewlett Packard Enterprise Proliant DL360 Gen10 configured with NVDIMM memory which will be initially used for further development and testing of permanent memory support in the kernel.

Like the FreeBSD Foundation, OSU OSL depends on donations from individuals and institutions so please checkout a message from their Director Lance Albertson and help out if you can.

We would also like to thank Michael Ruan and his team at HPE Taiwan for providing the Foundation access to a Proliant Gen9 system for some initial testing while we were waiting for our Gen10 system to arrive.