The OpenCAPI Consortium had a dedicated track of presentations at the OpenPOWER Summit in September 2020. They started with a keynote presentation explaining why computing architecture is undergoing fundamental changes as it becomes more data-centric and how OpenCAPI including OMI is an ideal memory fabric for this future.

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OpenCAPI : A Memory Centric Fabric for a Data-Centric World Allan Cantle – Nallasway CEO & OpenCAPI Consortium Technical Director and Board Advisor

Accelerated Big Data Systems – Experiences with OpenCAPIJoost Hoozemans PostDoctorate researcher, Delft University of Technology

FPGA Accelerate your Applications with OpenCAPI Acceleration Framework (OC-ACCEL) – Alexandre Castellane & Bruno Mesnet, IBM France Alexandre Castellane – Senior Specialist Engineer, IBM France

OpenCAPI-based Image Analysis Pipeline for 18 GB/s kilohertz-framerate X-ray Camera at the Swiss Light Source synchrotron – Filip Leonarski, Paul Scherrer Institute Filip Leonarski – Beamline Data Scientist, Paul Scherrer Institute

Spark SQL acceleration on FPGA using Apache Arrow and OpenCAPI – Akos Hadnagy & Fabian Nonnenmacher, Delft University of Technology
Ákos Hadnagy – Delft University of Technology, Fabian Nonnenmacher – MSc Student, Delft University of Technology

ThymesisFlow: A Hardware/software Open Framework for Software Defined Disaggregation Based on OpenCAPI – Christian Pinto, IBM Research Europe Christian Pinto – Research Scientist, IBM Research Europe

OpenCAPI BoF Panel Session – A Memory Centric Fabric for a Data-Centric World Allan J. Cantle, Nallasway Inc., Marcy Byers & Alexandre Castellane IBM; Craig Petrie, BittWare & Oskar Mencer, Maxeler

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