Aug. 2, 2021 — Registration is open for the 2021 IEEE 28th Annual Symposium on High-Performance Interconnects, to be held August 18-20, 2021. This conference brings together designers and architects of high-performance networks, with presentations from universities and industrial research laboratories that focus on the latest developments in leading-edge technologies. This year’s conference is again entirely virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, representing unique challenges and opportunities for the conference program.
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Our world-class team of 27 Technical Program Committee members returned insightful reviews for 28 submissions. Each paper received between three and four reviews, thus providing ample and valuable feedback to the authors, and ensuring high confidence on the outcome of the review process. Out of the 28 submissions, 9 were accepted.
The technical program comprises five technical sessions that cover a number of hot topics in high-performance interconnection networks. The paper sessions open with hardware related papers, and are followed by a session on deep learning. Our second day has three sessions: one session is dedicated to high speed buses and memory controllers for networks; a second session centers on routing and switches; and our last session concentrates on short papers on hot topics. In addition to the technical papers sessions, we have two distinguished keynote speakers, Debendra Das Sharma, Intel Fellow, and his keynote on “Compute Express Link (CXL) changing the game for Cloud Computing” and Andy Bechtolsheim Co-founder of Arista presenting “What is Next for Optics?”.
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