Welcome to the OCP Mezzanine NIC subgroup under OCP Server Work Group. The goal of this subgroup is to form a healthy ecosystem in Mezzanine NIC space, under OCP framework.
We are here to build a supportive, informative and inclusive community:
- Support implementation questions
- Evaluate new use cases
- Share the latest topics and trends related to OCP Mezz NIC spec
- Share both challenges and opportunities
- Take community feedback and make iterations to proposal before submitting major revision to work group and IC
- Open to both adopters, and observers
|Mezz3.0 discussion_r08_20170816||v8||8/16/2017||General deck|
|OCP NIC 3.0_Mechanical Discussion_v01_20170816||v1||8/16/2017||Mechanical Deck|
|ocp_nic_3_option_14_1||v1||8/16/2017||Mechanical 3D package|
|Thermal Simulation Updates_v6_20170906||v6||9/6/2017||Thermal deck|
|Updated thermal Simulation Results_v6_20170906||v6||9/6/2017||Thermal simulation result update|
|OCP_Mezz_thermal_model_v2_20170906||v2||9/6/2017||Thermal simulation model package|
Thermal results and files
1. Update to deck
2. 8/2/2017 Meeting Agenda
- Form factor stability goal (2+5+2 goal)
- Update the investigation of #14
- Revisit 1x or 2x form factor (tradeoff between simplicity and flexibility)
- Heads up of stating pin list discussion
Possible project name change
- One of the major option(#14) being looked at is not technical a "Mezz"
- Possible name change of project if the group is clearly trending toward #14
Mechanical intro - by Joshua Held @Facebook
- Josh will talk about coming activities in mechanical design of Mezz NIC
9/25 Workshop @ Dallas, TX
- Call for presentation; topical can be technically, or sharing how your experience with OCP Mezz NIC
- Suggest to drop me an email if you intend to attend (optional) - Free to register; instruction sent in mailing list
1. Update to deck
1. Update to deck
2. Update to Schedule
3. Mezz subgroup will meet @ OCP Engineering workshop Sep 25th, 2017
See below material for tomorrow's call:
1. Updates and corrections to thermal models
2. Impact of QSFP heat sink
3. Impact of contact resistance on QSFP heat sink performance
4. Go over a few topics for discussion
This project meets - 2 times a Month; Defaults to 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the Month.
Call-in info and source of truth @ http://opencompute.org/community/ocp-calendars (Time zone shown: Eastern Time)
This call is open to the public.
If there is a cancellation, we will try our best to cancel >24hrs before the meeting by the calendars above.
Meeting minutes is sent out in mailing list and can be found at archive
OCP Engineering Workshop Sessions https://ocpussummit2017.sched.com/event/9SAa/ocp-mezzanine-nic-20-and-beyond
More information about OCP events can be found at: http://www.opencompute.org/community/events/ocp-events-calendar
- Project communication is done through the opencompute-mezz-card mailing list.
- Please make sure following the steps until you receive confirmation email and welcome email from Opencomputeemail@example.com.
Please check your junk box and unblock Opencomputefirstname.lastname@example.org if you have trouble getting confirmation email.
- To access the mailing list archives go to: http://lists.opencompute.org/pipermail/opencompute-mezz-card/
- For general discussion, please use mailing-list above by default; This is public domain and all discussion is archived
- Reach to Jia Ning if there is strong reason not to have public discussion
Specifications and Designs
|OCP Mezzanine card v2.0||V2.0-1.0||Dec 15, 2015||OWFa 1.0|| Added support for x16 (quad x4), NCSI, dual QSFP+, & Quad SDP+ |
Accepted by OCP IC 2/24/2016
|OCP Mezzanine card v0.5, original standard||V0.5||Oct 8, 2012||OWFa 1.0||Defacto standard for the original network mezzanine with a x8 PCIe Gen3 interface|