We are thrilled to announce that we've opened registration for the fifth Open Compute Summit, to be held January 28 - 29, 2014, at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California. This event is open to the public, but it does require registration.
The Open Compute Project is just over two years old, and our community keeps growing, as do the summits. Starting with our 2012 summit in San Antonio, Texas, and continuing the tradition last year in Santa Clara, California, our summits are now fast-paced two-day conferences packed full of amazing success stories, hands-on participation opportunities, and more.
This event will host exciting keynote addresses from industry leaders, technical workshops, and educational tracks where you’ll have the opportunity to help drive the future of open hardware. For the second year in a row, we will also host a software and hardware hackathon at Summit, where anyone who’s interested will be able to hack their own OCP implementations.
These amazing events are only possible through the generous donations of our sponsors. There are still sponsorship opportunities available for the summit. If your organization is interested in sponsorship opportunities at this summit or any of the 2014 engineering workshops, please email Stephanie Loayza, OCP Events Manager, for more information. Individual donations can also be made at the time of registration.
For those who would like to know more about how to get involved in OCP before the summit, please contact Amber Graner, OCP Community Manager.
Wondering what you are missing by not attending the previous Open Compute Summits? Check out this video, and don’t forget to register today.
See you in San Jose!