Current Results

2020 OCP Future Technologies Symposium Winner

Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 OCP Future Technologies Symposium: Ahmed Nabih, Qiang Li and Fred C. Lee from the Center of Power Electronics Systems, Virginia Tech!

  • 3kW Power Supply Design with Easy Manufacturability for 48 V Bus Power Architecture - Poster, Brief

2020 OCP Future Technologies Symposium: Selected Topics

We are pleased to announce the selected topics for the 2020 OCP Future Technologies Symposium! Selected projects will be presented during the Virtual OCP Future Technologies Symposium on May 15, 2020! 

  • Industrial Tech Research Institute: Container-based NFVI Platform with Network Performance Analysis and Tuning for Mobile Edge Private Network - Poster, Brief
  • Alibaba Group: HPCC: High Precision Congestion Control for High-Speed Networking - Poster, Brief 
  • University of Waikato: Using Faucet to Validate Hardware OpenFlow Implementations - Poster, Brief
  • Osaka University: Feasibility study of liquid immersion technology for cooling network equipment - Poster, Brief
  • AIST: Development of Fast Control Plane for an Optical and Electrical Hybrid Switch Network - Poster, Brief
  • University of Toronto: Toward Intelligent Interconnect Fabrics - Poster, Brief
  • University of Southampton: Programmable integrated optical circuits using the open-access CORNERSTONE platform - Poster, Brief
  • UC Berkeley: Hybrid and Resonant Switched-Capacitor Converters: Achieving Ultra Efficient and Compact High Step-Down DC-DC Power Conversion for Datacenter Applications - Poster, Brief
  • Alibaba Group: Distributed Shared Memory Architecture Poster, Brief
  • Inphi Corp: 2.5D Heterogenous Silicon Photonics Light Engine with Integrated DFB Lasers and Electronics - Poster, Brief
  • Industrial Tech Research Institute: Reconfigurable Array of Inexpensive Batteries Architecture - Poster
  • University of Penn./University of Colorado Boulder/Stanford University/University of Central Fl.: Towards peta-bit/s optical links - Poster, Brief
  • Princeton University: LEGO-PoL: A Family of Extreme Performance Miniaturized Point-of-Load Converters for High Current Microprocessors - Poster, Brief
  • Samsung Electronics: Zoned Namespaces: From Archival to I/O Predictability - Poster, Brief
  • Virginia Tech: 3kW Power Supply Design with Easy Manufacturability for 48 V Bus Power Architecture - Poster, Brief
  • Stanford University/Inphi Corporation: Coherent Co-Packaged Optical Interfaces Enabling Next-Generation Data Center Switching - Poster, Brief
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Wide Voltage Range High-Efficiency Sigma Converter 48V VRM With Fast Transient Response - Poster, Brief
  • Alibaba Group: Towards AI-assisted Video Compression - Poster
  • UC Santa Cruz: ReFlex4ARM: Supporting 100GbE Flash Storage Disaggregation on ARM SoC - Poster, Brief
  • HPE/Intel/University of Florida: Near Data Processing Workload Acceleration - Design Space Exploration on Current Architectures and Workloads 
  • Lightbits Labs: Always Available Clustered High Performance Storage with LightOS - Poster
  • Industrial Tech Research Institute: PCIe Network as an Open Inter-Accelerator Interconnect - Poster
  • San Jose State University: A 48-V Point of Load LLC Converter for Data Center Applications using Hybrid Control Structure - Poster
  • Juniper Networks: Manufacture and Test of Photonics within the Electronics Ecosystem - Poster
  • Princeton University: Stochastic Model and Scaling Factor of Differential Power Processing for Hard Disk Drive Servers - Poster
  • North Dakota State University/University of Dayton: A 99.5% Efficient Switched-Capacitor Resonant Converter for Data Center Application - Poster
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: High Frequency Isolated Transformer Design for Medium Voltage AC to Low Voltage DC Power Conversion - Poster
  • University of New Hampshire: Validating the Open Compute Project NIC 3.0 PCIe Bifurcation Mechanism - Poster
  • Forced Physics DCT: Cool with Ambient Air to Reduce Cost and Climate Risk - Poster
  • SkyCool Systems: Reducing Data Center Energy and Water Usage Through Passive Radiative Cooling - Poster
  • University of Washington/Columbia University/Microsoft: Integrating Data Center Battery Storage with the Grid: Participation in Frequency Regulation Markets - Poster

A Special Thank You to Our Sponsors

Symposium Sponsors