21 July - OCP Engineering Workshop in New Hampshire - Registration Now Open

Join us; registration is now open for a 1-day OCP Engineering Workshop which will take place on 21 July at the University of New Hampshire.

This is a free event and open to the public; however, registration is required. If you would like to attend you can register here.

This Engineering Workshop will focus on the OCP Networking, Storage and HPC projects.  The OCP High Performance Computing (HPC) project will be Foundations newest project and at this event we’ll introduce the project as well as discuss the charter, mission and framework. If you are looking to participate and help drive the future of the OCP Networking, Storage or HPC groups, then the University of New Hampshire is where you need to be on 21 July.  The agenda is still being finalized, but the day will be structured as listed below.  Updates will be posted on the event page so please check back often.

Tentative Agenda

  • 8-9am Registration
  • 9-9:15am - Welcome
  • 9:15 - 12noon - Keynote and joint presentations
  • 12noon - 1pm - Lunch
  • 1pm - 6pm  Breakout sessions (Networking, HPC, Storage)


A suggested list of hotels and airports can be found here.


These events are only possible with the help of our sponsors and as such the Foundation would like to thank Fidelity Investments and The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory co-sponsors this event.

Join the discussion!

Do you have a topic, specification, or contribution you or your organization would like to see discussed during this event?  OCP values the community's feedback! Take a moment tell the projects what you want to know more about.  You can send an email to the Networking, HPC, or Storage mailing lists.  If you want to know more about getting involved with OCP,  please contact Amber Graner.

See you in New Hampshire! Don’t forget register today!

(Please note that OCP Engineering Workshops are not open to media. If you're a reporter who has questions about OCP, please email press@opencompute.org)