We’ll See You at Supercomputing 2013!

Our team is looking forward to gathering with the industry’s best and brightest minds to collaborate on solutions for HPC, Big Data, and cloud challenges. We’ll see you at Supercomputing 2013 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver from November 17-22 around the conference halls and at Booth #3113.

Rob Clyde, Adaptive’s CEO, said, “We are excited to present the latest developments from Adaptive and provide a glimpse at what 2014 has in store for processing intense simulations and Big Data analysis.” Leaders from Adaptive Computing will present on TORQUE, Big Data, and exascale Computing.

Check out Adaptive Computing at the following places around Supercomputing:

Stop by the Booth

Visit Adaptive Computing at Booth #3113 for demonstrations, incredible giveaways, and great presentations from key speakers. We’ll have hands-on demonstrations for HPC, Big Data, and cloud solutions. Step inside the booth’s theater and listen to speakers from Adaptive Computing, customers, and partners. Don’t miss these Adaptive Computing presentations!

Join us at the After Party

We’ve partnered with Intersect360 Research to sponsor the Beowulf Bash, Supercomputing’s kick-off party that takes place after the opening reception on Monday, November 18 from 9-midnight at the Wynkoop Brewery.

Listen in at the Panels

We’re proud to have a number of Adaptive Computing team members presenting during Supercomputing. Don’t miss out on these panel presentations:

TORQUE: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going

  • When: 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. on Tuesday, November 19
  • Where: Room 503/504
  • Who: Panelists include:
    • Kenneth Nielson – Senior Software Engineer at Adaptive Computing
    • David Beer – Senior Software Engineer at Adaptive Computing
    • What: The following will be presented to the community 1) what Adaptive Computing has contributed to the community over the last year, 2) present Adaptive Computing’s contribution plans to move the technology forward and 3) get feedback from the TORQUE community.

Creating a Better Infrastructure to Manage Big Data

  • When: 4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 21
  • Where: Room 501/502
  • Who: Trev Harmon – Principle Solutions Strategist at Adaptive Computing
  • What: While traditional HPC is at the core of supercomputing, recent advancements are allowing HPC centers to offer new and exciting compute services to their users and other customers. Adaptive Computing will discuss two such advancements – topology-based scheduling and HPC cloud – and how together they provide an infrastructure that allows HPC centers to provide Big Data services along with traditional offerings.

Programming and Managing Systems at Scale

  • When: 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. on Friday, November 22
  • Where: Room 401/402/403
  • Who: Panelists include:
    • Alice Koniges (Chair) – Physicist and Computer Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    • Ian Nate (Moderator) – Senior Online Marketing Manager at Adaptive Computing
    • Don Maxwell – Team Leader at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility’s (OLCF) High Performance Computing Operations
    • William Kramer – Deputy Project Director at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
    • Michael Jackson – Co-Founder and President of Adaptive Computing
    • Larry Kaplan – Chief Software Architect for HPC at Cray, Inc.
    • Morris Jette – Chief Technology Officer at SchedMD
    • John Hengeveld – Director of Marketing for High Performance Computing at Intel
    • What: In this session, an all-star roster of software and hardware providers as well as industry experts from the world’s largest supercomputing centers will discuss how system architecture must be re-engineered in order to reach the scales the industry is capable of today and going forward. The panel will discuss how refining architectural techniques will provide the necessary foundation to achieve exascale computing.

Not able to make it to Supercomputing? Follow us on Twitter as we live tweet panels and all things SC13. Also, follow along on Twitter using the official conference hashtag #SC13.

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