Flash Memory Summit 2022 – August 2-4, Santa Clara Convention Center
OpenCAPI Booth #651
Flash Memory OMI Workshop August 1, 2022
OpenCAPI will be hosting a workshop on August 1 to introduce the Open Memory Interface (OMI), is a serialized, Low Latency, Local Memory interface that is fully open-sourced, royalty-free, and in full production today on ASICs and FPGAs. This tutorial will introduce the OMI Specification and RTL technology along with details on development platforms and tools for users’ smooth transition from DDR to OMI Local Memory on next-generation processors and accelerators. Details of the Transaction Layer and Link Layer protocols will be reviewed along with Differential DIMM, DDIMM, and E3.S Module implementations. Also, example applications will articulate the benefits that OMI can bring to its adopters.
May 30 – June 3 – First Workshop on Composable Systems (COMPSYS ‘22)
- Hardware and emerging storage technologies
- Hardware architectures for composability
- Power, energy, and thermal management for composable systems
- Memory and storage technologies for composable system
April 21-22 – Persistent Memory Summit
August 18-20 – IEEE Hot Interconnects
September 28-29 – SNIA Storage Developer Conference
November 9-10 – OCP 2021 Global Summit (San Jose, CA)
November 15-18 – SC21 (St. Louis) – OpenCAPI Consortium Booth #4012
November (TBD)- OpenPOWER Summit – https://events.linuxfoundation.org/openpower-summit-north-america/program/schedule/
Note: Due to COVID, the below events were canceled:
Flash Memory Summit
OpenCompute Regional Summit
OpenPOWER OpenSource Summit 2020
The OpenCAPI Consortium had a dedicated track of presentations at the OpenPOWER Summit in September 2020. The track included 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. View the presentations here.
Events – 2019
OpenCAPI showcases and progress ……
OpenCAPI held its first SNAP (Storage, Network, Analytics and Programming) Hands-on Workshop. The workshop was an end-to-end educational session where the basic OpenCAPI technology and SNAP demo were presented. The workshop enabled access to SNAP in a cloud environment so the attendees could give it a spin!
Events – 2018
Open Compute Project 2018 Conference – March 21, 2018
Accelerator Eco-System on Google – Rackspace – Zaius – Barreleye G2 Server:
Adi Gangidi – Rackspace – How Zaius / Barreleye G2 program development has progressed and how Accelerator (GPU / FPGA) ecosystem is coming around this server. Zaius / Barreleye G2 / is an OpenCompute , OpenPOWER server based on POWER9, being designed by Google and Rackspace. This session is a development update.
Watch Allan Cantle in this session speaking about Accelerating Flash Memory with the High-Performance, Low-Latency OpenCAPI Interface