The Data Center Standards Committee is tasked with developing and maintaining the OIX-2 technical and operational standards for Data Centers. The OIX-2 standards encompass physical, operational, and open access requirements from the street directly into the data center environment, including cross connection policies, Service Level Agreements (SLAs), up-time guarantees, and more.
The goal of the standard is to capture the critical aspects necessary to support the installation of an OIX-1 compliant exchange, although it also signifies sufficient capability for other mission-critical applications and massive scale interconnection.
A second task of the Data Center Standards Committee is to evaluate Data Center requests for certification against the OIX-2 standards.
All of Open-IX Committees are comprised of volunteer representatives from the Global Internet community, who are coming together to create a better, safer, stronger, fairer Internet.
The expected weekly time commitment for task completion is 1-2 hours per week. It is asked that volunteers for this committee commit to a one-year term.
Sagi Brody, Chair (Webair)
George Coranchini (NTT)
Gabe Cole (JLL)
Jim Grady (365 Data Centers)
Matt Koerner (CPS, LLC)
Danny Allen (Data Bank)
Paul Greshko (Limelight)
Michael Brody, DPM (TLD Systems)