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[Computerbank] SGI linux supercomputing briefing
Guess this just passes the guidelines.. Some people may be interested in
this, appears to be a free event. Registration details below.
> This is an invitation for you to attend a special 2-hour briefing,
> which is being organised by Silicon Graphics to introduce a revolution
> in open source supercomputing.
> In this briefing event, we will show:
> * How to get supercomputer performance from Linux without
> compromising compatibility
> * What is unique about NUMAflex Architecture
> * How to deliver an order of magnitude improvement in throughput
> with fewer resources
> * A built-in cluster interconnect fabric that is up to 200 times
> faster than any known cluster
> * What these means to your application performance
> * How do you build a supercomputer using bricks
> * How you can gain incomparable price-performance
> Who should attend
> * Leaders from forward-looking R&D, scientific and technical
> organisations who want the power of a supercomputer and the benefits
> of OpenSource.
> * Managers seeking to quickly solve highly complex computational
> problems and bring products to market faster.
> * Registration, tea and coffee
> * Extreme Linux: The new era of supercomputing
> Intel Itanium 2 in high-performance computing
> * Customer Story: Queensland Parallel Supercomputer Foundation
> * The Altixä 3000 Family of Servers and Superclusters: How we did
> it, why we did it
> Cities and Dates
> * Melbourne Friday 28th February
> * Canberra Tuesday 4th March
> * Sydney Wednesday 5th March
> * Brisbane Thursday 6th March
> * Perth Wednesday 12th March
> * Adelaide Tuesday 18th March
> * Auckland Tuesday 25th March
> To Register, Click Here <http://www.myrego.com/sgi/strategymix>
> Jonathan Calver, StrategyMix, StrategMix
> "Best of Show" At Linux World 2003
> Accolades are already coming in for the amazing power of Itanium 2
> processors in SGI Altix 3000. In its public debut at LinuxWorld 2003
> in New York, The Altix won Best of Show in the Open Source Product
> Excellence Awards.
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