EVENT: Marvel at the next NYC LUG meeting May 3rd
Tuesday April 16 2002 @ 10:03AM EDT

NY Metro Encompass Local User Group Meeting Announcement

What: "Marvel": The New Compaq AlphaServer Series

When: Friday, May 3, 2002, 12:20-3pm,

Where: Compaq, 8thFloor, 2 Penn Plaza, New York City. (2 Penn Plaza is directly above Penn Station, 7th Avenue at 32nd st.)

At this meeting, we will have a Compaq engineer talk on the latest Alpha processor family, in addition to an update on the Compaq/HP merger, and updates on upcoming LUG activities. Again, we are grateful to be hosted by Compaq, who will provide light refreshments.

12:30 - 1:00pm - Check-in and old-fashioned DECUS networking.

1:00 p.m - Welcome and LUG information Gary McCready, SIAC/Amex Services Gary will discuss recent Encompass news and announcements, and plans for future meetings and LUGactivities.

1:10 p.m.- Compaq Introductions and Announcements Our Host, Lynne Hummel, High Performance SalesSpecialist, Compaq

1:20pm - 2:30pm - The New Compaq AlphaServer Series Mark O. Miller, Compaq Engineering Program Manager The next generation of AlphaServers will be based onthe Alpha EV7 processor that extends the current EV6 product family. EV7 is a single-chip CPU incorporating cache, memory controller, and the inter-processor switch fabric. The New AlphaServer Series will implement a scalable and expandable architecture, from low-cost, 2-processor configurations to high-performance 64-way systems. This talk will give an overview of the series.

And after the meeting is over feel free to stay for more networking and to discuss what we should have at future events.

Limited seating available. Register via email to Barbara.Hunt@compaq.com

You will be met by a Compaq employee at the security desk at the entrance to the building. Should you arrive late, please call the Compaq reception desk at 212-856-2000 for an escort.For further information on the group you may contact Gary McCready at NYMLUG@McCready.com or 212-383-4487.

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