You are Invited to this Complimentary Executive Seminar:
The Future of HPC
When: December 5, 2006
Where: The Ronald Reagan Building, Washington, DC
Summary: Traditionally, high-performance computing (HPC) has been the domain of the computer scientist, the research lab and a limited user group demanding unprecedented computational capability.
However, today the need to collect, process and analyze terabytes of data reach beyond the confines of real-time intelligence, modeling weather patterns, deciphering genomes and running flight simulators. An increasing number of agencies have a need for the cutting-edge capabilities of scalable, ultra-fast computing.
Learn: How government organizations are evaluating and deploying scalable, ultra-fast computing to meet growing requirements for analysis and modeling that reach well beyond recognized high-performance computing requirements
Learn: How the public sector is leveraging the price/performance potential of scalable, ultra-fast computing for data mining, customer relationship management (CRM), predictive and statistical analysis, business intelligence, large databases and more.
Learn: About technology creating opportunities across government, including enhanced Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) tools, which can be applied for faster, more energy-efficient computing.
Take away best practices and lessons learned on how you can reconsider HPC strategies for your computing environment, with proven cases from a variety of government sectors.
Reserve your seat today and enter the new year with a fresh perspective on ultra-fast, scalable computing to meet your critical agency mission and business requirements.
Your Registration Includes:
* Networking breakfast
* Admission to all sessions
* Executive Seminar materials
- Space is limited!
- NO COST to Attend!
For more information, visit the website or view the schedule.