Andy Bechtolsheim to Keynote Sun HPC Consortium in Dresden

The preliminary agenda for the Sun HPC Consortium has been published on their conference site. Andy Bechtolsheim, Sun co-founder and Chief Architect, will keynote the event.
The Sun HPC Consortium is an independent, volunteer-organized, international group of member organizations that own or use Sun computer systems with emphasis on high-performance, technical computing, and visualization.
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.
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 intrests from application developers to CIOs and VPs of Research. Registration site

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