The workshop will include more than 50 sessions covering a variety of critical networking topics delivered by industry experts from around the world. Additionally, the OFA has announced that Al Geist of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) will deliver a workshop keynote address on the impact of the Exascale Computing Project. The workshop program is designed to educate attendees and encourage lively exchanges among OFA members, developers, and users who share a vested interest in high performance networks.
The OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) Workshop is a collaborative event designed to generate lively exchanges among the OpenFabrics Software producers, users, and science and business professionals who share a vested interest in high performance networks. The OFA Workshop is a key industry event encouraging a dialogue that is geared toward strengthening high performance networks end-to-end and represents a joint effort among open source networking community members.
In related news, registration for discounted housing at the OFA Workshop is due March 6.