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Thursday, September 26 • 13:00 - 13:10
Open Domain-Specific Architecture (ODSA) Project Overview

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The Open Domain-Specific Architecture aims to develop an open architectural interface to support chiplet-based design for domain-specific architectures. Domain-specific architectures are programmable high-performance products designed to execute high-intensity workloads, such as machine learning, networking and storage, efficiently. Chiplet-based designs implement integrated products by partitioning a design across multiple die instead of a single monolithic design. The ODSA aims to define an open interface such that chiplets from multiple vendors that support the interface can be assembled into domain-specific products. The ODSA started as an informal industry working group in November, 2018 and became an OCP sub-project in March, 2019.This talk will introduce the audience to the ODSA and its three workstreams: (a) Interface Definition; (b) Business and workflow; (c) Reference implementations. The talk will review recent results developed by the group and their relevance and significance to the technical goals of the group. The talk will highlight a new analysis of PHY interconnect technologies and design process learned from the PoC. Talks in the session by other speakers will cover technical results in each workstream in greater detail. The talk will also cover areas where the ODSA group is looking for assistance from new participants.

Speakers
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Bapi Vinnakota

Engineer, Netronome
Bapi is the Director of Silicon Architecture Program Management and OCP ODSA Workgroup Lead at Netronome. Bapi taught at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, immediately after a Ph.D. at Princeton. He joined Intel through an acquisition and was the architect of a flow processor... Read More →


Thursday September 26, 2019 13:00 - 13:10
Auditorium Theatre