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OpenPOWER Foundation Overview

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Mary Coucher
IBM VP, Technology Partnerships

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OpenPOWER Foundation Overview

  1. 1. TAIPEI | SEP. 21-22, 2016 Mary Coucher IBM VP, Technology Partnerships OPENPOWER FOUNDATION OVERVIEW
  2. 2. 29/26/16 Today’s challenges demand innovation Data holds competitive valueFull system and stack open innovation required You are here 44 zettabytes unstructured data 2010 2020 structured data DataGrowth Price/Performance Moore’s Law Processor Technology 2000 2020 Firmware / OS Accelerators Software Storage Network
  3. 3. 3 3 Accelerated innovation through collaboration of partners Amplified capabilities driving industry performance leadership Vibrant ecosystem through open development Cloud Computing Hyperscale & Large scale Datacenters High Performance Computing & Analytics Domestic IT Agendas Industry adoption, Open choice OpenPOWER Strategy Moore’s law no longer satisfies performance gain Numerous IT consumption models Growing workload demands Mature Open software ecosystem Market Shifts OpenPOWER, a catalyst for Open Innovation OpenPOWER is an open development community, using the POWER Architecture to serve the evolving needs of customers.
  4. 4. 4 OpenPOWER Open Innovation Incorporated December 2013 Vision Execution Adoption Opening the door, a license to innovate OpenPOWER Summit March 2015 Game changing solutions OpenPOWER Summit April 2016 From proof of concept to industry revolution • Hyperscale & Cloud Service Providers • High Performance Computing & Analytics • Domestic IT agendas Evolution to Revolution
  5. 5. 5 © 2016 OpenPOWER Foundation 5
  6. 6. 6 © 2016 OpenPOWER Foundation This is what a revolution looks like
  7. 7. 7 Accelerates Infrastructure Standards 2014 2015 2016 Developer Platform System SW HW Architecture Accelerator Compliance SP010 – Tyan OpenPOWER Customer Reference System CAPI – Coherent Accelerator Processor Interface AFU – Accelerator Function Unit FSI – Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) Service Interface 25g IO Compatibility Memory OpenPOWER I/O 11 Work Groups Charter Compliance Specification Draft Review WG Spec Comp STD Charter OpenPOWER ISA Profile V1 IO Device Architecture V2 Coherent Accel Intf Arch OpenPOWER ISA Profile V2 IO Device Architecture V3 Coherent Accel Intf Arch Charter P8 SP010 Data P8 2U2S Reference P8+ 1U1S Reference P8+ 2U2S Reference OPMB Intf. Spec V1Charter Charter CAPI AFU Intf Spec V1 OpenCL SDK CAPI AFU Intf Spec V2 Charter CAPI Linux SDK 64b ABI Platform Ref Sys I/O Enablement GuideCharter Charter 25g IO Spec OPMB – OpenPOWER Memory Bus ABI – Application Binary Interface FSI Specification FSI SpecCharter SDK – Software Developer Kit Charter Pers Med Charter Integrated Solutions Integrated Solutions Personalized Medicine
  8. 8. 8 Three keys to turning our evolution into a revolution 1. 2. 3. Collaborative innovation Open and composable systems Fully integrated hardware and software solutions
  9. 9. 9 © 2016 OpenPOWER Foundation Collaboration of people, ideas, and code Welcome to the sharing economy 1
  10. 10. 10 © 2016 OpenPOWER Foundation CROSS COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT DRIVES MUTUAL PROGRESS
  11. 11. 11 © 2016 OpenPOWER Foundation Composable systems and solutions Common building blocks spur opportunity and level the field 2
  12. 12. 12 Cross community collaboration is essential
  13. 13. 13 Optimization of hardware and software3 Data is the basis of competitive value with potential to change the game
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  15. 15. 15 Maximum Performance, Minimum Change From highly parallelized languages to memory-intensive apps, running the same code on POWER can dramatically increase performance – and with all major Linux distros supported, switching is easy. Accelerate Beyond Limits POWER’s deeply integrated accelerator support means code can push beyond the limits of what’s possible with standard processors. Work Less, Do More With better performance and scale, you can spend less time building/testing/optimizing and more time developing the next new thing. Rule the Stack – No black boxes. With OpenPOWER’s fully open architecture, developers rule the stack – hardware, firmware, and software are open and ready for optimization. POWER8: Designed for Big Data SMT8 – 64+ threads per CPU Massive memory bandwidth & workspace Why Develop on OpenPOWER?
  16. 16. 16 Introducing OpenPOWER Ready • Products / solutions may display badge • Participants request to use it! • Encourage product usage in ecosystem • Compatibility • Not Certification or Compliance • OpenPOWER Ready™ List Criteria • The OpenPOWER Ready criteria are published by the OpenPOWER Foundation. • Establishing an OpenPOWER Ready Workgroup. • Companies are encouraged to join the OpenPOWER Foundation and the OpenPOWER Ready Workgroup to stay current on proposed updates to the criteria as the definition and criteria are evolved.
  17. 17. 17 Membership Level Annual Fee $ USD FTEs Technical Steering Committee Board / Voting position Platinum $100k 10 One seat per member not otherwise represented Includes board position Includes TSC position Gold $60k 3 May be on TSC if Work group lead Gold members may elect one board representative per three gold members Silver $20k $5k if <300 employees 0 May be on TSC if Work group lead Sliver members may elect one board representative for all silver members Silver ISV $0 if ISV is <300 employees 0 May be on TSC if Work group lead Sliver members may elect one board representative for all silver members Associate & Academic $0 0 May be on TSC if Work group lead May be elected to one community observer, non-voting Board seat § The OpenPOWER Foundation is a Not-for-profit entity with a Board of Directors and a Technical Steering Committee. • Membership levels provide either a default Board of Director position (Platinum) or an opportunity to be elected to the Board (Gold, Silver, and Assoc/Academic members). The Bylaws include additional governance detail. • Technical Steering Committee is formed from Work group Leads and Platinum members. § Membership options include Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Associate / Academic memberships • Annual fee and dedicated full-time equivalent (FTEs) - verification of FTEs on honor system • Contributors, committers, Work group leads and project leads influence Technical Steering Committee • Associate / Academic level is not available to corporations Anyone may participate in OpenPOWER. Membership levels are designed for those that are investing to grow and enhance the OpenPOWER community and its proliferation within the industry. Membership Options New
  18. 18. 18 So what? What difference does it make?
  19. 19. 19 Accelerates Technology roadmap 2015 2016 2017 POWER8 POWER8 with NVLink POWER9 OpenPower CAPI Interface Enhanced CAPI & NVLink Connect-IB FDR Infiniband PCIe Gen3 ConnectX-4 EDR Infiniband CAPI over PCIe Gen3 ConnectX-5 Next-Gen Infiniband Enhanced CAPI over PCIe Gen4 Mellanox Interconnect IBM CPUs NVIDIA GPUs Kepler PCIe Gen3 Volta Enhanced NVLink Pascal NVLink & Systems Xilinx FPGAs UltraScale CAPI, PCIe Gen3 UltraScale + Enhanced CAPI, PCIe Gen3 UltraScale + CAPI 2.0, PCIe Gen4
  20. 20. 20 POWER Processor Roadmap POWER8 Architecture POWER9 Architecture 2014 POWER8 12 cores 22nm New Micro- Architecture New Process Technology 2016 POWER8 w/ NVLink 12 cores 22nm Enhanced Micro- Architecture With NVLink 2017 P9 SO 24 cores 14nm New Micro- Architecture Direct attach memory New Process Technology Optimized for Data-Centric Workloads Integrated PCIe CAPI Acceleration / I/O Scale-Out Datacenter TCO Optimization Scale-up performance Optimization Acceleration Enhancements to CAPI and NVLINK Modularity for OpenPOWER TBD P9 SU TBD cores 14nm Enhanced Micro- Architecture Buffered Memory POWER6 Architecture POWER7 Architecture 2007 POWER6 2 cores 65nm New Micro- Architecture New Process Technology 2008 POWER6+ 2 cores 65nm+ Enhanced Micro- Architecture Enhanced Process Technology 2010 POWER7 8 cores 45nm New Micro- Architecture New Process Technology 2012 POWER7+ 8 cores 32nm Enhanced Micro- Architecture New Process Technology High Frequency Enhanced RAS Dynamic Energy Management Large eDRAM L3 Cache Optimized VSX Enhanced Memory Subsystem Focus on Enterprise Technology and Performance Driven Focus on Scale-Out and Enterprise Cost and Acceleration Driven 2018 - 20 P8/9 SO 10nm - 7nm Existing Micro- Architecture Foundry Technology Partner Chip POWER8/9 OpenPOWER Ecosystem Design Targeting Partner Markets & Systems Leveraging Modulatrity 2020+ New Micro- Architecture New Technology POWER10 New Features and Functions Future T B D Price, performance, feature, and ecosystem innovation
  21. 21. 21 Power8 Graphics Memory System Memory Graphics Memory PCIeGPU CPU Graphics Memory System Memory 16 GB/s 40 GB/s OpenPOWER Technology: 2.5x Faster CPU-GPU Connection via NVLink GPUs Bottlenecked by PCIe Bandwidth From CPU-System Memory NVLink Enables Fast Unified Memory Access between CPU & GPU Memories NVLink System bottleneck GPU GPU
  22. 22. 22 Hyperscale Data Centers, Cloud Service Providers High Performance Computing and Analytics North America Ÿ China Ÿ Europe Leadership across industries
  23. 23. 23 Engage in the OpenPOWER community ACTIONOUTCOMEINTEREST Technology and Software Innovators Discuss areas of collaboration and synergy in OpenPOWER. Sign up for membership and join a work group. Build technical and business relationships. Develop collaborative innovations with compelling value Innovators, Integrators, and Partners Deep understanding of workload demands and consumption preferences of end users. Team with innovators and end users to drive requirements, engage in specific projects. Deliver collaborative innovations with compelling value End Users Strategic imperatives and workload demands for performance and cost optimization. Require open software and systems with choice and flexibility. Engage directly on system design options. Deploy collaborative innovations with compelling value
  24. 24. TAIPEI | SEP. 21-22, 2016 THANK YOU

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