Online / 6 & 7 February 2021

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OpenPOWER devroom


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Saturday Intro to the OpenPOWER DevRoom Microwatt grows up Status of OpenPOWER support in coreboot The LibreSOC Project
a hybrid 3D CPU / VPU / GPU based on OpenPOWER
It's the right time to switch computing to Open Hardware Power Architecture Void Linux: we heard you like little endian The LibreSOC Project: Simple-V Vectorisation
why we decided to invent a new Vector system on top of OpenPOWER
OpenPOWER Foundation Community Open-CE the community driven software distribution of machine learning tools

Read the Call for Papers at https://cfp.openpower.foundation/fosdem2021/cfp.

OpenPOWER is an open hardware and software platform architecture. During the last years, the POWER ecosystem has opened up. The CPU instruction set (ISA), CPU cores, the system specifications, the firmware, the system design and much more is open. The OpenPOWER ecosystem is build on the existing POWER ecosystem, and is now fully open (e.g. in binutils, gcc, glibc, qemu and Linux). Multiple Linux distributions have working ports to the OpenPOWER architecture and the silicon process is becoming also open.

The FOSDEM OpenPOWER devroom covers the current developments in open-source soft-, hardware and silicon for the OpenPOWER architecture.

Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  Intro to the OpenPOWER DevRoom Toshaan Bharvani 10:00 10:15
  Microwatt grows up Paul Mackerras 10:15 11:00
  Status of OpenPOWER support in coreboot Micha┼é ┼╗ygowski 11:00 11:30
  The LibreSOC Project
a hybrid 3D CPU / VPU / GPU based on OpenPOWER
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton 11:30 12:15
  It's the right time to switch computing to Open Hardware Power Architecture Roberto Innocenti 12:15 13:00
  Void Linux: we heard you like little endian Daniel Kolesa 13:00 13:45
  The LibreSOC Project: Simple-V Vectorisation
why we decided to invent a new Vector system on top of OpenPOWER
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton 13:45 14:45
  OpenPOWER Foundation Community James Kulina 16:30 17:00
  Open-CE the community driven software distribution of machine learning tools Christopher Sullivan 17:00 17:30