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It’s a wrap! The first community event was an amazing success! 

Attendees joined in person and online to learn more about the Open Platform for Enterprise AI (OPEA) project and its mission to offer validated enterprise-grade GenAI reference implementations, simplified development and deployment leading to accelerated time-to-market and a realization of business value. Highlights included a review and expansion of the near term roadmap, new contributions from the community.

We will make the event video and slides available very shortly.

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