Cary Ussery, Vice President of Software and Platforms in Marvell’s Processors Business Unit, joins the Marvell Essential Technology Podcast to discuss the company’s role as a founding member of Linux Foundation’s Open Programmable Infrastructure (OPI) Project. Fellow founding members and influential thought leaders from NVIDIA, Intel, F5, Keysight Technologies, and Red Hat, are dedicated to fostering a community-driven, standards-based open ecosystem for next-generation DPU and IPU-based architectures and frameworks in data centers and the cloud. Join Cary in this podcast to learn about the OPI Project and how Marvell is promoting standardization in the ecosystem to significantly contribute to the success of workload acceleration solutions.
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Cary Ussery, Vice President of Software and Platforms