The SC17 conference welcomes working partnerships with members of the media covering high performance computing, Big Data, cloud computing, networking, storage and analysis. Such partnerships are established with the goal of disseminating news about the conference to key audiences while helping the media organizations raise awareness of their publications among SC attendees.
For information on participating with SC17 as an approved Media Partner, please contact the SC17 communications team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Bio-IT World
Part of Healthtech Publishing, Bio-IT World provides outstanding coverage of cutting-edge trends and technologies that impact the management and analysis of life sciences data, including next-generation sequencing, drug discovery, predictive and systems biology, informatics tools, clinical trials, and personalized medicine. Through a variety of sources, including Bio-ITWorld.com, Weekly Update Newsletter and the Bio-IT World News Bulletins, Bio-IT World is a leading source of news and opinion on technology and strategic innovation in the life sciences, including drug discovery and development.
Business Wire, the official News Release Distribution and Online Press Kit service for SC16, is offering a number of services with special pricing to enhance the public relations efforts for our SC16 exhibitors. For more information on services available from Business Wire, click here.
EnterpriseTech is a professional resource for news and intelligence covering the migration of high-end technologies into the enterprise and business-IT industry, with a special focus on high-tech solutions in new product development, workload management, increased efficiency, and maximizing competitive edge. Delivering a powerful combination of world-class journalism, expert commentary, and in-depth analysis, EnterpriseTech clearly defines how the forces driving the integration of advanced computing technologies are merging with the key elements used for enterprise infrastructures.
About Digital Engineering
The pace of innovation is set by design engineers using revolutionary technologies to improve how they design, simulate, prototype and test. Digital Engineering (formerly Desktop Engineering) is on the front lines of the revolution. Via a monthly magazine, nine e-newsletters, social media and www.digitaleng.news, we deliver need-to-know information on the combination of high-performance computing and simulation-based modeling that is driving up-front design, new rapid prototyping and testing technologies that are improving the bottom line, and the engineering services our audience needs to thrive.
With any fundamental technological shift comes confusion and steep learning curves. Engineers need an independent voice they can rely on to cut through the noise and focus on the most productive solutions. DE provides that perspective from the latest breakthroughs in cloud computing to PLM and data management, to cutting-edge technologies like the Internet of Things and advanced materials.
Our mission is to guide our audience through the myriad of new engineering tools by showcasing not only why they should be implemented, but how to take advantage of the amazing opportunities they provide by integrating them into an optimized engineering workflow.
For a free subscription to our publication and e-newsletters: https://peerless.omeda.com/den/form.do
HPCwire is the leader in world-class journalism for HPC. With a legacy dating back to 1986, HPCwire is recognized worldwide for its breakthrough coverage of the fastest computers in the world and the people who run them. For topics ranging from the latest trends and emerging technologies, to expert commentary, in-depth analysis, and original feature coverage, HPCwire delivers it all, as the industry’s leading news authority and most reliable and trusted resource.
InsideHPC.com is produced by supercomputing professionals who track the latest news and events in the world of High Performance Computing. Keeping pace with the fast-moving technology, we package the information in an uncluttered environment that fits perfectly on your large screen or smart phone. As one reader said, insideHPC reads the news so you don’t have to! Team up with your supercomputing peers and get the latest on HPC. Click here to subscribe. www.insideHPC.com
Available in both print and digital editions, Linux Pro Magazine brings practical, hands-on solutions for real users who depend on Linux in their daily lives. Linux Pro Magazine keeps the emphasis on real-life techniques and delivers a premium blend of technical articles. http://www.linuxpromagazine.com
Scientific Computing World is the multi-platform resource covering software, computing and information technology for the scientific, technology, engineering, and medical industries. Readers have access to the latest computing trends to underpin scientific and engineering research; independent, in-depth editorial content; informed commentary and analysis; and industry features on laboratory informatics, statistical science, high-performance computing, and modelling and engineering. Scientific Computing World is published six times a year in print and digital editions, and alongside three monthly newsletters (HPC Newsline, Informatics Newsline, Modelling & Engineering Newsline) is available at no cost to readers in the fields of science and engineering. http://www.scientific-computing.com/
Combining concise high-level analysis for C-level executives and Wall Street plus developer outreach tutorials containing complete, buildable, and working examples, TechEnablement is a one-stop portal to learn about and incorporate the latest in deep learning and computer technology from low-power embedded systems to massively-parallel exascale computing.
Use http://techEnablement.com as your technology advocate to teach you and your team how to best exploit – and avoid the pitfalls – using development platforms like OpenACC, OpenMP 4.0, CUDA, and OpenCL plus Web Development platforms like WebCL, WebGL, and cloud computing. Invest and procure with the latest information as TechEnablement tracks how hardware platforms like the Tegra X1, FPGAs, GPUs, and Intel Xeon Phi evolve to compete for your dollars in the marketplace. We believe the best way to know technology is to use it – so TechEnablement also offers consulting and on-site educational services.
The Next Platform is published by Stackhouse Publishing Inc and formally launched February 23, 2015, in partnership with the UK’s top technology publication, The Register. It offers in-depth coverage of high-end computing at large enterprises, supercomputing centers, hyperscale data centers, and public clouds.
If you’re looking for a more detailed overview of the vision, read the Editors’ Introduction or, if that’s too wordy, a) you might be in the wrong place and b) reach out to the editorial staff for more specific info if you need it.
Some companies are building their own platforms for internal use, while others are building platforms for others to use to run their applications as a service.
Inspiration for platform designs is coming from the hyperscale data center operators that have pushed the boundaries of scalability for new kinds of analytics, as well as from supercomputing centres that have been scaling up simulation and modelling workloads for decades.
Regardless of where the inspiration originates, all platforms have some common characteristics. They are based on an integrated stack of hardware and software, tuned to run specific workloads, and outfitted with orchestration tools to automatically react to changes in those workloads.
The idea is to break down as many silos in the data center as possible, virtualising system components and mashing them up in interesting ways to increase the efficiency of the underlying servers, storage, and networks.