[sf-lug] Fwd: Open Fabrics Symposium

jim stockford jim at well.com
Thu Feb 16 08:46:18 PST 2006

there's something kind of "full circle" about
this (joseph jaquard's loom machine figures
in the history of computing machines, and
here it comes again). Even if no one in sf-lug
wants to pay the $175 early-registration fee,
it seems interesting to know this fabric
software convention will be in SF at Moscone.

Begin forwarded message:

> From: "Christin Evans" <christine at owenmedia.com>
> Date: February 15, 2006 1:35:36 PM PST
> To: <sfobug at sfobug.org>
> Subject: Open Fabrics Symposium
> Hello,
> I was wondering if you would post the following information on your  
> event calendar:
> The OpenIB Alliance and the InfiniBandSM Trade Association will host  
> the Open Fabrics Symposium on March 6 in San Francisco, from 8.00 a.m.  
> – 5:30 p.m. The symposium will bring leading fabric developers and  
> users together to discuss the future of fabric computing. Register by  
> February 24 for $175 or after February 25 for $250 at  
> http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=104352.
> I have pasted a news release on this symposium below. Could you send  
> the release to your members?
> Christin Evans
> Owen Media
> 206-322-1167 x112
> ChristinE at owenmedia.com
> For Immediate Release
> Contact:            Marta George
>                         Phone: (503) 222-2545
>                         martag at owenmedia.com
> OpenIB Alliance and InfiniBand Trade Association
> Announce the Open Fabrics Symposium March 6, 2006
> SAN FRANCISCO, February 14, 2006 – The OpenIB Alliance and the  
> InfiniBand Trade Association announce the Open Fabrics Symposium, to  
> be held on March 6 in conjunction with the Intel Developer Forum  
> Spring 2006.
> The Open Fabrics Symposium will bring leading fabric developers and  
> users together to discuss the future of fabric computing, including  
> RDMA architectures in grid computing, virtualization and storage in  
> RDMA interconnects. The Symposium is targeted at CTOs, CIOs,  
> technologists, product managers, engineers, software and corporate  
> developers and anyone working inside or around datacenters. Attendees  
> will also learn about the usage of mainstream open source software  
> stacks that leverage the benefits of Remote Direct Memory Access  
> (RDMA) architectures across Linux and Windows.
> The Symposium will be held at Moscone West in San Francisco on March   
> 6, 2006 from 8.00a.m – 5:30p.m., with a reception to follow.
> To register
> Register by February 24 and pay only $175. On February 25 the rate  
> goes up to $250. Register at  
> http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=104352
> The Symposium agenda is available at  
> http://www.openib.org/conference/spring2006openfabrics/ 
> openfabrics_agenda.doc
> About OpenIB Alliance
> The OpenIB Alliance is an industry association chartered to deliver a  
> single, open-source Linux-based and Windows-based software stack for  
> deploying InfiniBand. Founded in June 2004, the OpenIB Alliance is  
> comprised of technology vendors and end-user organizations including:  
> Appro; Cisco Systems, Inc.; Data Direct Networks, Inc.; Dell; Engenio  
> Information Technologies, Inc.; Intel; Lawrence Livermore National  
> Laboratory; Los Alamos National Laboratory; Linux Networx; Mellanox  
> Technologies; Network Appliance; Oracle Corporation; PathScale;  
> Rackable Systems; Sandia National Laboratories; Silicon Graphics;  
> SilverStorm Technologies; Sun Microsystems, Inc.; Tyan Computer;  
> Veritas Software; and Voltaire. More information about the OpenIB  
> Alliance is available at www.openib.org.
> About InfiniBand Trade Association
> InfiniBand is an industry-standard interconnect technology defined by  
> the InfiniBand Trade Association for the purpose of delivering  
> exceptional I/O fabric performance demanded by data centers,  
> high-performance computing, and embedded environments. Today,  
> InfiniBand solutions provide high-bandwidth, low-latency 10 and 20Gb/s  
> server-to-server and server-to-storage connections, and 30Gb/s and  
> 60Gb/s switch-to-switch connections with a defined roadmap to 120Gb/s  
> performance. InfiniBand architecture standardizes  
> remote-direct-memory-access (RDMA) and 100% reliable  
> transport—hallmark capabilities for the industry’s lowest latency,  
> highest bandwidth network or fabric available today.
> With the InfiniBand industry delivering affordable server, storage,  
> and network platforms, open-source, interoperable software stacks,  
> cluster, grid, storage and virtualization solutions, InfiniBand is the  
> optimal fabric technology for world-class computing.
> ###
> InfiniBand(TM/SM) is a trademark and service mark of the InfiniBand  
> Trade Association.  Other names and brands are the property of their  
> respective owners.
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