Register Now: Sun HPC Consortium in Reno

Sun Microsystems is pleased to invite customers to the Sun HPC Consortium in Reno just prior to SC07.
The HPC Consortium will take place in Reno Nevada on November 10-11 at Harrah’s Reno. For complete information on the event, please visit the event site.
Who should attend:
All Sun scientific, engineering, or research computing customers or anyone interested in high-performance computing on Sun technologies. Each meeting is designed to address a wide range of interests from application developers to CIOs and VPs of Research.
Sun is again demonstrating its commitment to HPC by including in the audience our worldwide HPC Aces members, which will ensure a high level of interaction between our customers and partners, and the Sun technical HPC community.
Confidential Information:
The Sun HPC Consortium agenda will include Sun-confidential information and all attendees must sign a Confidential information Disclosure Agreement or have an existing Agreement on file with your local Sun sales office.
ABOUT THE CONSORTIUM
The Consortium’s mission is to provide the high performance computing community with leadership and provide a forum for information exchange to enable the development and effective use of Sun computational tools in achieving the business and research objectives of the Sun technical computing community.
Participants represent a broad range of computing applications and environments. The meeting format is designed to give participants the opportunity to present HPC developments, discuss applications and needs with their peers, and to hear and provide feedback on Sun’s engineering plans.
Previous agenda and presentations of the Dresden (June 24-26, 2007) HPC Consortium are on line at:
http://hpc-events.com/sun-dresden07/
Thank you for your interest in working with Sun to better serve the High Performance Computing communities. Registration site.

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