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The Usage Guidelines outline the authorized uses of OpenPOWER Foundation's trademarks and logos.  A signed Trademark License Agreement (TMLA) is required to display the OpenPOWER Ready mark(s) as described in the Guidelines.  The TMLA document may be downloaded from OpenPOWER Ready Trademark Agreement....

The OpenPOWER Foundation set up the OpenPOWER Ready™ program in 2016.   Within the program, developers identify products for use by members of the OpenPOWER ecosystem.    The OpenPOWER Ready mark indicates that a product should work with other OpenPOWER Ready products.  Because of this the...

OpenPOWER Ready™ is a mark used by the OpenPOWER Foundation to enable OpenPOWER ecosystem product developers to indicate that a product has been shown / demonstrated to meet a minimum set of characteristics and should be interoperable with other OpenPOWER Ready products.  This document is...

This document defines the Coherent Accelerator Interface Architecture (CAIA) for the IBM® POWER8® systems. The information contained in this document allows various CAIA-compliant accelerator implementations to meet the needs of a wide variety of systems and applications. Compatibility with the CAIA allows applications and system...

A CAPI based accelerator interfaces to the POWER system through a logic unit called the Power Service Layer (PSL).  The Accelerator Function Unit (AFU) contains the logic that implements the unique acceleration function.  This OpenPOWER Accelerator Workgroup Specification defines the logical interface between the PSL...