High Performance Computing Seminar, 10th December 2003
Posted by Kenneth Farmer (Tuesday November 18 2003 @ 11:17AM EST) [ ]
This event will share information on the different platforms and approaches to High Performance Computing (HPC) in Research and Higher Education, specifically considering the business and technical choices of Intel processors as the way ahead, contrast UNIX and Linux as the operating system, what is needed to build a Linux HPC systems (covering LC, XC, Lustre), and look at the configuration and application decisions made by existing users of High Performance Computing. With speakers from HP, Intel, ERBI, Accelrys and Cambridge Online.

Wednesday 10th December 2003, at Hinxton, Cambridge, UK.

You can ask for more information or register free of charge by sending your name and details to registration@cosl.co.uk or telephone Claire Armstrong 01223 422600.

All pre-registering attendees will go in to a draw for a HP camera.

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