In this video from the Switzerland HPC Conference, Jeffrey Stuecheli from IBM presents: Open CAPI, A New Standard for High Performance Attachment of Memory, Acceleration, and Networks.
“OpenCAPI sets a new standard for the industry, providing a high bandwidth, low latency open interface design specification. This session will introduce the new standard and it’s goals. This includes details on how the interface protocol provides unprecedented latency and bandwidth to attached devices.”
Dr. Jeffrey Stuecheli is a Senior Technical Staff Member in the Systems and Technology Group. He works in the area of server hardware architecture. His most recent work includes advanced memory architectures, cache coherence, and accelerator design. He has contributed to the development of numerous IBM products in the POWER architecture family, most recently the POWER8 design. He has been appointed an IBM Master Inventor, authoring some 100 patents. He received a B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Texas Austin in Electrical Engineering.