Netronome explains why tail latency can have a crippling effect in data center infrastructures, why it is important for hyperscalers to overcome its challenges, and how Netronome SmartNICs can solve the problem of high tail latency.
An announcement yesterday about a $200M investment in a data center silicon startup in Silicon Valley was a momentous revival of the glorious past. This has not happened in while, in such a mammoth scale. Even on a smaller scale, the focus lately has been on silicon related to machine learning and inferencing.
The ODSA workgroup held its (First) Workshop on January 29th. We had a very good turnout - almost 70 attendees from 30 plus companies and with 12 speakers from 8 companies.
It has been more than six months since the ODSA Workgroup started working together on an informal basis. The Workgroup has grown, released a very detailed technical white paper and is heading toward its first workshop on January 29.
January is a big month for the Open Domain-Specific Architecture Workgroup (ODSA) effort, and it all starts off with the first workshop at the end of January. In addition to a brief status update, the workshop will focus on three big goals in 2019: