New OFA Webinar – Libfabrics: A User Perspective

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Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at 10 a.m. Pacific

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The OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) is proud to announce the second webinar in a series created in an effort to continue the valuable discussions held at the Annual OFA Workshops. This upcoming webinar will focus on everything Libfabrics, its capabilities and how to use it.

Date/Time: Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at 10 a.m. Pacific

Registration: Email press@ for web conference logistics

Presenter: Sean Hefty, Intel

Title: Libfabrics: A User Perspective

About: Libfabric is designed to minimize the impedance mismatch between applications, middleware and fabric communication hardware. Its interfaces target high- bandwidth, low-latency NICs, with a goal to scale to tens of thousands of nodes. Libfabric is supported by a variety of open source HPC middleware applications, including MPICH, Open MPI, Sandia SHMEM, Open SHMEM, Charm++, GasNET, Clang, UPC, and others. This talk will explain everything about Libfabrics, its supported features, and how to use and adapt from user perspective.

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