Solving Today's HPC Storage Challenges
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING invites you to an interactive, educational webcast   High-performance computing (HPC) has come to the forefront as a means of effectively addressing many problems in scientific, educational, research and business settings. In many cases, it is giving users the option of replacing expensive physical experimentation, design, prototyping, and testing with their virtual counterparts based on computational models and solutions. The complexity of the computational problems is orders of magnitude greater today than it was a decade ago and continuously challenges the limits of technology. However, the common thread throughout usage areas is that all require generating, processing, and analyzing vast amounts of data. Join our panel of HPC storage experts as they discuss ways to meet these insatiable demands for more and more storage. Learn the about open, flexible HPC storage choices that allow for growth and provide users with truly dynamic choices to meet their research needs.   Presented by: In Association with:  Thursday, June 9, 2011 2:00 p.m. ET; 11:00 a.m. PT Duration: 1 Hour   Moderator Suzanne Tracy Editor-in-ChiefSCIENTIFIC COMPUTING Speakers Tommy Minyard, Ph.D. Director of Advanced Computing Systems Texas Advanced Computing CenterThe University of Texas Austin    Paul Calleja, Ph.D. Director HPC ServiceUniversity of Cambridge   Mark R. Fernandez, Ph.D. HPC Computer Scientist Advanced Systems GroupDell Inc.