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To join OpenCAPI, please download and review the OpenCAPI Consortium Membership Kit.

Once we receive your signed Membership Agreement, we will immediately begin on-boarding you into the OpenCAPI activities and adding you to our public membership roster.  If you have any membership questions, please contact us at membership@opencapi.org

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Latest News

Come Visit OpenCAPI at SC17 (SuperComputing) – Booth 1587-1589

SC17 is now underway in Denver Colorado and OpenCAPI is excited to be part of this event!  The OpenCAPI Consortium booth, with its various demos and hardware displays, is a testimony to the interest building around this technology and the hard work that has occurred and continues with OpenCAPI.  If you are at SC17, visit our booth, #1587.  

In addition, we have a featured article in Enterprise Tech that was launched today with quotes and blog links to our development partners   https://www.enterprisetech.com/ .  In addition, there will be another article in HPCwire in two weeks.  

These are exciting times to be part of a changing industry!    

 

 

 

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OpenCAPI sets a new standard for the industry, providing a high bandwidth, low latency open interface design specification.

These specifications were contributed to the OpenCAPI Consortium pursuant of the IPR Policy as input specifications and will be reviewed and updated appropriately following the work group process.  

The OpenCAPI consortium looks forward to publishing draft specifications when this process completes.

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What companies say about OpenCAPI

As the world moves into the age of artificial intelligence and cognitive computing, OpenCAPI has created a new interface standard for every player in every industry.

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The new standard, called OpenCAPI provides an open, high-speed pathway for different types of technology – advanced memory, accelerators, networking and storage – to more tightly integrate their functions within servers. This data-centric approach to server design, which puts the compute power closer to the data, removes inefficiencies in traditional system architectures to help eliminate system bottlenecks and significantly improve server performance.

These specifications were contributed to the OpenCAPI Consortium pursuant of the IPR Policy as input specifications and will be reviewed and updated appropriately following the work group process.  

The OpenCAPI consortium looks forward to publishing draft specifications when this process completes.

OpenCAPI 3.0 Transaction Layer Specification (updated*)

OpenCAPI 3.1 Transaction Layer Specification (updated*)

*The changes in the V3.0 specification can be found in the revision log.  A new section on profiles has been added with some new terms and clarifications.  The V3.1 specification is a revision of the V3.0 specification (includes all the V3.0 changes) and adds new content.  The revision log shows the changes.  In both specifications, changes from the October drop have change bars noted.

OpenCAPI 3.0 Data Link Layer Specification

 

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