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Friday, March 15 • 9:00am - 9:25am
Data Processing Acceleration Over OCP Based Solutions

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OCP has been a pioneer in both creating open hardware and software standards that promote multi-vendor collaboration and create an ecosystem that benefits both producers and consumers of technology. As Moore’s law slows down the need becomes more critical for acceleration technologies that offload specific data management functions including packet processing and security management. As each vendor may have different implementations of these acceleration co-processors, it is critical to innovate open software interfaces that are hardware-independent and are developed in the open-source community. Importantly the same software APIs should work transparently, whether the functionality is implemented in pure software or using hardware to accelerate data processing. This session will focus on new, open interfaces being developed upstream in the kernel and available to support OCP hardware that accelerate virtual switching, quality of service, traffic class management, security, and storage.

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Dror Goldenberg

SVP SW Arch, Mellanox Technologies
Dror joined Mellanox as an architect in 2000 to work on exciting network innovations. Dror drove silicon and system architecture of multiple generations of NICs, Switches and SoCs. Dror’s main focus nowadays is on software architecture, enabling network accelerations of cool technologies... Read More →

Friday March 15, 2019 9:00am - 9:25am PDT
210 DH