Commercial High Performance Computing Conference and Exposition (CHPC2002)

Venue: Hyatt Orlando

Location: Kissimmee, Florida, United States

Event Date/Time: Mar 19, 2002 End Date/Time: Mar 20, 2002
Registration Date: Mar 19, 2002
Early Registration Date: Mar 15, 2002
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Commercial High Performance Computing Conference and Exposition
March 19-20, Orlando, FL
www.commercialhpc.com

Clustering and Grid architectures. Parallel processing. 64-bit computing. High-end Linux. Come learn about the latest advancements in these areas and many others at the Commercial High Performance Computing Conference & Exposition ().

Hosted by GridComputingPlanet.com and sponsored by Dell, Microsoft, Intel, Sun Microsystems, IBM, Oracle, Gridfrastructure, Dolphin Interconnect, Racksaver, Etnus and others, the Commercial High Performance Computing Conference & Expo is the only industry event that is dedicated to providing IT and business executives an understanding of all of the issues related to the application of high performance computing (HPC) technologies and techniques to mainstream corporate and commercial business systems in five main tracks:
- Commercial High-Performance Computing Trends (including Grid computing),
- "Scaling Up": Processors, Multiprocessors and Parallel Processing,
- "Scaling Out": Clusters and Distributed Computing,
- RASP Optimization (Reliability, Availability, Scalability, Performance),
- Applications, Storage and Information Management.

Media co-sponsors for the Commercial High-Performance Computing Conference and Exposition include HPCWire (Premier Media Co-sponsor), supercomputingonline.com, Grid Computing Planet, ServerWatch, EarthWeb (Datamation), Solaris Guide, Linux Today, and others.

In addition to the sessions below, the Global Grid Forum is hosting a special breakfast keynote:

SESSIONS and KEYNOTES
Session 1 Partitions: Slicing and Dicing Big Iron, Gordon Haff, Illuminata
Session 2 An Introduction to Grid Computing, TBD, Representative of the Global Grid Forum
Session 3 Can Linux Clusters Service a Production Oriented Community?, Al Stutz, , Ohio Supercomputer Center
Session 4 High Performance Computing with Windows, David A. Lifka, Cornell Theory Center
Session 5 Panel: Scale-Up Versus Scale-Out, Moderator: Kevin Reichard, Executive Editor, Linux/ Open Source & Internet Technology Channels, Internet.com
Session 6 Blade Servers: Slicing Through Server Density, David Freund, Illuminata
Session 7 Infrastructure, Operations and Management Outsourcing: Technical Considerations and Selection Criteria for High Performance Requirements, Dan Kara, Intermedia Group
Session 8 Commercial High Performance Computing, Representative from IBM
Session 9 What We Learned About Cluster Computing: Commercial and Production Systems, Anthony Skjellum, MPI Software Technology
Session 10 Weaving the World Wide Grid Marketplace: Economic-based Distributed Resource Management and Scheduling for Service-Oriented Grid Computing, Rajkumar Buyya, School of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Monash University
Session 11 Commercial HPC at Work: A Case Study From Caprion Pharmaceuticals, Caprion Pharmaceuticals Representative
Session 12 Operating in a SAN Environment, Charles (Chuck) Kinne, AT&T Labs
Session 13 Clusters and Grids: Transforming Science, Business and Society, Dan Reed, National Center for Supercomputing Applications
Session 14 Panel: Applying HPC Solutions in the Commercial Realm, Moderator: Chris Nerney, Executive Editor, Grid Computing Planet
Session 15 Clusters: Scale Up Meets Scale Out, David Freund, Illuminata
Session 16 Managing IT on a Global Scale, A Case Study on the World's Largest Information Technology Company, Brook Trout, IBM
Session 17 Commodity HPC: Efficiency Advantages of a 32-way SMP Itanium Architecture, Peter Karnazes, Director Technology, Platform Architecture, Unisys Corporation
Session 18 The Impact of NAS Storage on Linux Cluster Computing, Dr. Mark Seager, Lawrence Livermore National Labs
Session 19 Commercial HPC: Raw Performance is Not Enough, TBD
Session 20 The Commercial Application of 64-Bit Computing, TBD
Session 21 Data Replication in High-Availability Clusters, Salvatore DeAugustino, Network Administration Manager, Maharam Fabrics
Session 22 Migrating C/C++ Applications to 64-bit Processor-based Platforms, Sheldon (Shel) Travis, MigraTEC Inc.
Session 23 Storage Management Solutions for High Performance Environments, Kirby Wadsworth, Storability
Session 24 Beowulf Clusters in Commercial Computing Environments, Dr. Mark Seager, Lawrence Livermore National Labs

Keynote 1 HPC in the Datacenter: Who Let the Dogs Out?, Jonathan Eunice, Principal Analyst and IT Advisor, Illuminata
Keynote 2 The Commercial Grid is Coming: Be Sure to Catch the Wave, Wolfgang Gentzsch, Director Grid Computing, Sun Microsystems
Keynote 3 Trends in Commodity High-Performance Commercial Computing, Representative from Dell Computer Corporation
Keynote 4 The Business Case for Commercial HPC, Dan Kara, EVP and CTO, Intermedia Group

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6375 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway
Kissimmee
Florida
United States
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