Date: October 16th, 2023
Hosted by: Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley
Co-organized by: OCP/ODSA and Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley
The aim of this workshop is a technical deep dive on D2D PHYs to help PHY developers and customers objectively analyze D2D PHYs across vendors and standards. The workshop agenda will cover standards; D2D PHY IP; Optical D2D; D2D application; PHY customer panel. The workshop will also feature a discussion session to aim to develop a common set of metrics (and a corresponding measurement / reporting methodology) to characterize D2D PHYs.
Please contact the organizers to attend in person. To attend online, register below.
Overview. Detailed agenda coming soon.
|9:00AM - 10:00AM||Introduction, Standards overview|
|10:00AM - 12:00PM||D2D PHY IP (Alphawave, Blue Cheetah, Eliyan, GUC, Kandou, Synopsys)|
|1:00PM - 2:00PM||Optical PHYs (Ayar, Enosemi, Intel)|
|2:00PM - 3:00PM||Applications and Metrics (d-Matrix, Marvell, ODSA)|
|3:00PM - 4:30PM||Users' Panel (Google, LBL, Microchip)|
Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley Campus
The workshop will be held in Building 23, Room 227
The CMU Silicon Valley campus is located in the NASA Ames Research Park (NRP) in Moffett Field, CA, just off of US-101 in Mountain View.
The address for Carnegie Mellon’s campus at the NRP is: CMU Silicon Valley, NASA Research Park, Building 23, Moffett Field, CA 94035.
Important information about accessing the campus
Security measures are enforced by the NASA Office of Protective Services (OPS) at the NASA NRP entrance gates. In order to gain entry to the NRP (and therefore, the campus), NASA Office of Protective Services requires a valid U.S. federal- or state-issued photo ID or a valid passport and visa at the entrance gate. When asked the reason for your visit, tell the officer you are “attending a meeting at CMU.”
Individuals from North Korea, Sudan, Syria and Iran are currently prohibited by the NASA Office of Protective Services from accessing the NRP (including the campus).
Parking is available in CMU-SV’s parking lot behind Building 23. No permits or fees required.
Uber and Lyft
Uber and Lyft drivers should be made aware that they will be required to show a valid drivers license to enter the NASA Ames Research Park.
It is approximately a 10 minute bus ride from the Mountain View Transit Center (Caltrain and VTA Light Rail Station) to CMU-SV. Take VTA Bus 51 to Moffett Field, which runs approximately every 30 minutes. When arriving by public transportation you must still have a valid U.S. federal- or state-issued photo ID or a valid passport and visa to enter the NASA Ames Research Park.
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