Previous month we saw OCP (Open Compute Project)’s Open Global Summit has been revoked during coronavirus threat. The coronavirus has affected more than 2 million people and nearly killed 140K people globally. OCP stands for Open Compute Project Foundation is an organization which shares the design of data center products. WHO estimated the risk of spreading coronavirus globally led the event to shift online. This is another event getting migrating online after CloudFest 2020 Canceled Due To Coronavirus Risk.
However, recently the company declared its entire schedule for its 2020 Virtual Summit and Future Technologies Symposium taking place online May 12-15. The Summit and Symposium were shifted online because of the COVID-19 emergency.
OCP EVENT 2020
The OCP Virtual event will be an interactive arrangement that includes the whole of the key elements of the Global Summit, including Keynotes, Expo Hall Talks, Executive Tracks, and Engineering workshops. Likewise, the online occasion will offer virtual Q&A, board conversations, one-on-one associations with participants, exhibitors and patrons. One of the kind to the Virtual Summit, the Expo Hall will stay open day in and day out giving the capacity to participants to visit exhibitors whenever.
You can find a full schedule for the event here
Bill Carter, Chief Technology Officer at the Open Compute Project Foundation stated that the OCP has worked ceaselessly to move their significant occasion from physical to virtual very quickly, which is no simple assignment. He also added that they are excited their virtual 3D intelligent occasion will have the option to arrive at a much bigger worldwide crowd while giving the high-gauge systems administration, instruction and coordinated effort openings their esteemed participants, exhibitors and supporters are familiar with.
To register free of charge for the 2020 OCP Virtual Summit and Symposium, click here. No extra equipment or software is needed to experience the event on a laptop or desktop computer.
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