Open Compute Project (OCP) is making more efficient and scalable hardware and creating a new image for IT infrastructure. Every year OCP Global Summit will bring together expert developers, suppliers, engineers, executives and decision-makers around the globe to showcase and discuss the amazing technological enhancements happening in the world. Around 3600 experts will gather for the summit this year. 

The theme for the summit this year is “Open For All”  and focuses on solving today and tomorrow’s challenges for the datacenter and beyond through open-source hardware.  

Like previous years Amphenol will be exhibiting many products at this event including  Paladin®,  PwrBlade+® I/O, PSAS Gen 5, Transceivers and  OverPass Solutions.  Paladin® is Amphenol's game-changing 112Gb/s backplane interconnect technology exhibiting smooth linear transmission beyond 40GHz, the lowest crosstalk in the market, and consistent SI performance over its entire mating range. The PwrBlade+® connectors provide a flexible, low-cost solution in applications such as telecommunication switches, high-end servers, and hot-swappable power supplies. 

The 68-position, PSAS Gen 5 connectors enable implementation of high-speed Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) hard disk drive (HDD) interface as well as Peripheral Component Express (PCIe)-based devices. Amphenol's OverPass cable system also offers a broad range of capabilities that allow our customers to efficiently transmit high-speed signals from near an ASIC to anywhere in their system. 

Update 28th Feb 2020: Due to the fact that the World Health Organization (WHO) today increased the assessment of the risk of spread and impact of COVID-19 to very high at the global level, and additional cases reported in key regions including Santa Clara County (California), the Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) has decided to cancel the OCP Global Summit next week.