BWBUG Presents: THINK PARALLEL with Engineered Intelligence
Posted by Jim Gutowski (Wednesday October 01 2003 @ 01:44PM EDT) [ ]
Baltimore-Washington Beowulf Users Group (BWBUG)

Our next meeting: October 14, 2003 at 3:00pm
Location: Northrop Grumman Offices at 7575 Colshire Drive; McLean, VA 22102

Speaker: Engineered Intelligence

Topic: "Think Parallel: Engineered Intelligence Offers New Software for Parallel Programming and Grid Wars Contest"

Do you think parallel programming is too complex? Do you want higher performance for your applications, but find that clusters are too difficult for you to use? Do you want to learn about GRID WARS and compete in the battle for virtual parallel processors?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, or simply want to move to the new world of parallel computing, come to BWBUG on October 14th. BWBUG welcomes Engineered Intelligence (EI), who offers a new parallel programming solution that enables every scientist and engineer to develop parallel programs on their desktop PC and run them on high performance computing systems and clusters. You can convert existing applications from serial to parallel, or develop new apps that will give you better results faster, and give you a competitive edge in high performance computing. With EI's software, CxC ("C by C"), you can move from old serial applications and SMP systems to parallel computing on low cost, high-performance clusters. Jim Gutowski, VP of Marketing for EI, will present the company's innovative approach that brings supercomputing to the desktop of every scientist and engineer. EI will also show their GRID WARS challenge, where parallel warriors compete for virtual processors, and you can win prizes in this creative contest. More information about EI can be found at:

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