The OpenCAPI Consortium (OpenCAPI) is an open forum to manage the OpenCAPI specification and ecosystem. OpenCAPI is a not-for-profit organization formed in October 2016 by OpenCAPI Board Members AMD, Google, IBM, Mellanox Technologies and Micron to create an open coherent high performance bus interface based on a new bus standard called Open Coherent Accelerator Processor Interface (OpenCAPI) and grow the ecosystem that utilizes this interface. This initiative is being driven by the emerging accelerated computing and advanced memory/storage solutions that have introduced significant system bottlenecks in today's current open bus protocols and requires a technical solution that is openly available.
OpenCAPI Consortium Continues Momentum in 2017 (Media Coverage)
Date: 08 Mar 2017
OpenCAPI Discussed On “This Week In HPC” Podcast (Media Coverage)
Date: 02 Nov 2016
Tech Leaders Unite to Enable New Cloud Datacenter Server Designs for Big Data, Machine Learning, Analytics, and other Emerging Workloads (Press Release)
Date: 13 Oct 2016