Red Hat, one of the biggest open source organizations, has recently donated two new servers to GNOME project. This was confirmed by GNOME project in their official blog. This donation is a part of much bigger plan of consolidating GNOME servers across the globe to a single data center.
The GNOME Project thanks Red Hat for their recent donation of two new servers. The donation is part of a wider plan aiming to consolidate the location of the various GNOME servers around the globe into one single datacenter. This will help ease day-to-day operations and reduce intervention time in the case of network disruptions or outages.Read original announcement in official GNOME blog.
Each donated server has 128GB of RAM, 48 cores and comes with an Enterprise SSD made for high throughput. This will greatly improve the running of services like build.gnome.org and sdk.gnome.org.