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Join Us at Open Source Summit North America 2023

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Vancouver, British Colombia is a natural place for the open source community to congregate:  Scenic views, a mild climate and friendly people. We're looking forward to seeing you there at the OS Summit North America 2023, May 10 –12.  If you can’t make it in person, there’s a free virtual pass.

Visit us at booth S16 to see demos of how Intel® Optimization for TensorFlow and AI Reference Kits with Intel® Optimization for Pytorch help to accelerate AI workloads. Sigma X* will be at the booth showing how they use Apache* open source software and the Open FPGA Stack (OFS) for their end-to-end data flow. You'll find our team at the sponsor showcase from Wednesday, May 10 at 10:40 a.m. PDT to Friday, May 12 until 3:30 p.m. 

Before the show opens, catch these panel discussions on Sunday, May 7 by registering for a free virtual pass:

  • Outreachy Linux Kernel Internship Report: Alison Schofield and Karolina Stolarek will join a panel discussion celebrating the Outreachy* Linux Kernel interns. Outreachy offers open source internships for underrepresented people in tech. Stolarek will talk about memblock simulator, a test suite for the boot time memory allocator.

  • A WASM Runtime for FaaS Protected by TEE: Yongli He and Sara Wang, both Cloud Orchestration Software Engineers, propose using WebAssembly (WASM) to create a cross-platform confidential computing platform for function-as-a-service based on Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) technology.

  • WASM + Confidential Computing, Secure Your FaaS Function: Liang He and Xinran Wang will introduce a zero-trust serverless platform using Knative*, WebAssembly and TEE.

  • Innovating with Toolchains in 2023: Victor Rodriguez, Pre-Silicon Linux Software Architect, will show new GNU toolchain features, including GCC compiler optimizations that enable ISA extensions for video, integer FMA, and Vector Neural Network Instructions (VNNI) based on INT8.


On Tuesday, May 9, Jessica Marz, Director, Open Source Program Office (OSPO), Intel, will talk about how OSPOs can play an important role in supply chain security. It’s a lightning talk, so don’t be late!


On Wednesday and Thursday, you can hear from our team at these sessions:

On Friday, catch up with our team during these sessions:


Follow us on Twitter @OpenAtIntel for all things open source at Intel. We hope to see you there!