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Le HPC Advisory Council et le Centre Suisse de Calcul Scientifique annoncent le Congrès suisse 2013

Le HPC Advisory Council (conseil consultatif sur le calcul haute performance), un organisme de premier plan axé sur la recherche, la sensibilisation et l’éducation dans le domaine du calcul haute performance, et le Centre suisse de Calcul Scientifique vont organiser le 4 eCongrès suisse 2013 du HPC Advisory Council au centre des expositions de Lugano, du 13 au 15 mars 2013. Le congrès informera les participants sur les progrès de l'Exascale dans l'Union européenne et incluera des enseignements complets sur des sujets tels que les accélérateurs, les interconnexions haut-débit, le « Big Data », le cloud de calcul haute performance, les progrès des serveurs et du stockage, et les bibliothèques de communication et de logiciels intermédiaires. En outre, les participants recevront une formation pratique avancée sur des sujets comme l'agrégation, les réseaux, la résolution des problèmes, la mise au point et les optimisations. Il existe des possibilités de parrainage et des opportunités en tant qu'intervenant.

« Le Congrès suisse 2013 du HPC Advisory Council offrira de riches contenus éducatifs, transmis par les scientifiques et les personnalités les plus reconnus du secteur, qui aideront les utilisateurs à optimiser leurs systèmes de haute performance pour améliorer la productivité de leurs applications », a déclaré Gilad Shainer, président du HPC Advisory Council. « Nous sommes heureux de collaborer de nouveau avec le Centre national suisse de Calcul Scientifique à ce congrès de formation technique pratique et d’éducation à venir, et nous allons continuer à fournir des ressources et à aider le secteur et les organisations de la communauté à mieux exploiter les capacités des systèmes HPC et à améliorer la productivité et l’efficacité. »

« Le Centre national suisse de Calcul Scientifique est ravi de poursuivre sa collaboration avec le HPC Advisory Council », a confié Hussein Nasser El-Harake du Centre national Suisse de Calcul Scientifique qui exerce les fonctions de directeur du centre d’excellence du HPC Advisory Council en Suisse. « Le conseil demeure la pierre angulaire de la sensibilisation et de l’éducation dans le domaine du HPC et nous sommes impatients de pouvoir offrir aux participants un programme de formation attrayant et d’une grande richesse leur permettant de mieux utiliser les technologies et plates-formes HPC pour les applications HPC traditionnelles de même que les nouvelles applications de "Big Data" et de cloud. »

Pour consulter le programme complet et le calendrier, veuillez vous reporter au site Internet du congrès. Le prix du congrès de trois jours est de 80 francs suisses. L’inscription est obligatoire et peut se faire sur la page d’inscription du Congrès suisse du HPC Advisory Council.

Le Congrès suisse du HPC Advisory Council est soutenu par les entreprises suivantes : AMD, IBM, Mellanox Technologies, NetApp, NVIDIA, Panasas, Swiss National Supercomputing Centre et Xyratex. Le parrainage des médias et la couverture médiatique sont fournis par HPC-CH, HPCwire, insideHPC et Scientific Computing World. Un nombre limité de possibilités de parrainage sont encore disponibles : elles offrent des opportunités exceptionnelles de sensibilisation pour un budget limité.

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À propos du HPC Advisory Council

La mission du HPC Advisory Council est de combler le fossé entre l'utilisation du calcul de haute performance (HPC) et son potentiel, de faire connaître les capacités bénéfiques du HPC à de nouveaux utilisateurs afin d'améliorer les capacités de recherche, d'éducation, d'innovation et de fabrication de produits, d'apporter aux utilisateurs l'expertise nécessaire à l'opération des systèmes HPC, de donner aux concepteurs d'applications les outils dont ils ont besoin pour autoriser l'informatique parallèle, et de renforcer la qualification et l'intégration des produits de systèmes HPC. Pour plus d'informations sur le HPC Advisory Council, veuillez visiter www.hpcadvisorycouncil.com.

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