Santa Clara, CA. (March 16, 2018) – Ampere, a Gold Sponsor at the Open Compute Project (OCP) U.S. Summit 2018, will be demonstrating for the first time the technology advantages of the Ampere eMAG® Arm® processor at its booth # A32 and two of its technical leaders will present their perspectives on designing for cloud computing workloads and the benefits of its products at the conference.
When: March 20 and 21, 2018
Where: San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, CA. Booth #A32.
What: Technical demos of Ampere eMAG in action including:
- Live performance and value proposition of Apache Cassandra on the Ampere eMAG processor
- Web Apps on Oracle Linux, NGINX and MySQL powered by the Ampere eMAG processor
“Oracle and Ampere engineering teams are working together to optimize and tune multiple workloads, including Linux. Oracle Linux 7 Update 4 with the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel 5 preview for ARM64 is the first public release of Oracle Linux on the ARM platform and we look forward to additional performance, scalability, and support enhancements for the cloud,” said Wim Coekaerts. Senior Vice President, Operating Systems and Virtualization Engineering, Oracle.
Executive presentations will be made by Ampere’s Chief Architect Atiq Bajwa and Vice President of Software and Platform Engineering Kumar Sankaran.
Presentation Title: Designing for Cloud Workloads
Speaker: Atiq Bajwa, Chief Architect, Ampere
When: Tuesday, March 20, 2:00 p.m.
Presentation Title: Ampere eMAG® Processor: Optimized for the Cloud
Speaker: Kumar Sankaran, Vice President of Software and Platform Engineering, Ampere
When: Tuesday, March 20, 3:10 p.m.
Ampere is designing the future of hyperscale cloud computing with its 64-bit Arm server processor architecture. Born in and built for the cloud with a modern architecture, Ampere gives customers the freedom to accelerate the delivery of the most memory-intensive applications such as artificial intelligence, big data, machine learning and databases in the cloud. The Ampere eMAG® family of products delivers the highest memory throughput and lowest TCO tailored for the emerging growth of cloud computing and next-generation data centers. For more information, visit www.amperecomputing.com