Big Data To Rain On Seattle

SC11 will be held in Seattle this November, and the primary topic will be Connecting Communities through HPC.   SC is the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, and provides a forum discussing the use of high performance computing platforms for solving the “big data” problems of today and tomorrow.

Here’s a quote from the recent post on HPCWire.com about the upcoming SC11 conference:

According to John Johnson, conference thrust chair and association division director at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, “Data is a huge challenge in science today…the rapid advancements in data collection and generation are challenging traditional methods of storing, managing and analyzing the information.” He says that this year the supercomputing community is “being called upon to rise to the data challenge and develop methods for dealing with the exponential growth of data and strategies for analyzing and storing large data sets.”

You can read more of the HPCWire.com article about SC11 here

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