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SC13 Exhibitor Profiles

SC13, one of the world's leading events dedicated to high performance computing, runs Nov. 17th through 22nd at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

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Exhibition Dates
Nov. 18 – 21, 2013

Listed below are SC13 exhibitor profiles.

 
Company: Ace Technology Partners/Ace Computers
Booth: 1816
Web: www.AceTechPartners.com
Since 1983, Ace Technology Partners (Ace Computers) has been one of the best high performance custom technology builders in the world; serving the public sector and the commercial sector. In addition to the finest academic institutions in the U.S., long-term clients include the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Defense. Ace Technology Partners builds custom technology with the same components that top manufacturers use without the premium price. Its principal, recognized industry expert John Samborski, is an alumnus of Intel’s prestigious board of advisors. They are headquartered in Greater Chicago with additional locations nationwide.
 
 
Company: Adaptive Computing
Booth: 3113
Web: http://www.adaptivecomputing.com/
Adaptive Computing powers many of the world’s largest private/hybrid cloud and technical computing environments with its award-winning Moab optimization and scheduling software. Moab enables large enterprises in oil and gas, financial, manufacturing, research, and government to perform simulations and analyze Big Data faster, more accurately and most cost effectively. Moab gives enterprises a competitive advantage, inspiring them to develop cancer-curing treatments, discover the origins of the universe, lower energy prices, manufacture better products, improve the economic landscape and pursue game-changing endeavors. Adaptive is a pioneer in private/hybrid cloud, technical computing, and large-scale scheduling, holding 30+ patents.
 
 
Company: Altair
Booth: 2513
Web: www.altair.com
Altair empowers client innovation and decision-making through technology that optimizes the analysis, management and visualization of business and engineering information. PBS Works, Altair's suite of workload management and on-demand cloud computing technologies, is the most widely implemented software for optimizing HPC environments worldwide. Privately held with more than 2,000 employees, Altair has offices in 40 countries worldwide. With a 28-year track record for high-end software for engineering and computing, enterprise analytics solutions, and innovative product design and development, Altair consistently delivers a competitive advantage to customers in a broad range of industries. To learn more, visit www.altair.com or www.pbsworks.com.
 
 
Company: Asian Technology Information Program
Booth: 2424
Web: http://atip.org
Covering trends and developments in the Asia-Pacific region for nearly two decades, ATIP is the premiere English source of S&T-related information and analyses on that region. Our reports, workshops, and assessments of the Asian HPC landscape have helped bridge the gap between Asian and Western research communities. ATIP maintains an extensive network of contacts and on-the-ground analysts in technical communities throughout Asia. Visitors to our booth can speak with analysts and schedule tours of the Asian exhibits. ATIP is moderating an SC panel on International HPC on Friday, November 22 from 10 am - noon. See http://atip.org for more information.
 
 
Company: Ethernet Alliance
Booth: 622
Web: www.ethernetalliance.org
The Ethernet Alliance is a global consortium of key Ethernet stakeholders, including equipment vendors, industry experts, and university professionals. Dedicated to facilitating the expansion of IEEE 802 standards-based Ethernet products and technologies into new applications and markets worldwide, it offers an array of resources including tradeshows, webinars, interoperability demonstrations, and educational programs.
 
The Ethernet Alliance helps bring new Ethernet standards to market faster through its advocacy and consensus-building efforts. With transparent, impartial governance, the Ethernet Alliance serves as a forum for the open, productive exchange of ideas and dialog in the pursuit of Ethernet product and technology excellence.
 
 
Company: Fusion-io
Booth: 3709
Ticker Symbol & Exchange: FIO
Web: www.fusionio.com
Fusion-io delivers the world’s data faster. Our Fusion ioMemory platform accelerates databases, virtualization, cloud computing, big data, and the applications that drive our economy and our daily lives.
 
Integrating hardware and software to overcome the limitations of legacy architectures and specialized hardware, Fusion ioMemory accelerates businesses from the smallest e-tailers to the world’s largest data centers, social media leaders, and Fortune Global 500 businesses. Our persistent, high capacity ioMemory platform leverages flash memory to significantly increase datacenter efficiency, with enterprise grade performance, reliability, availability, and manageability.
 
 
Company: General Atomics - Nirvana Division
Booth: 4204
Web: www.nirvanastorage.com
The Nirvana group of General Atomics (GA), based in San Diego, CA, offers Nirvana SRB data management software and services for enhancing scientific workflows and digital product factories in the Big Data field. Nirvana’s proven innovations are ideally suited for areas such as HPC, Geospatial, Government, and the Entertainment industry – anywhere metadata-rich digital objects must be created, transformed and delivered to customers. GA won the Department of Defense’s High Performance Computing Modernization Program storage lifecycle management initiative. Nirvana is installed in major DoD facilities meeting stringent cyber-security requirements. Visit us to learn how Nirvana SRB can address your data needs.
 
 
Company: Innodisk USA Corporation
Booth: 3636
Web: www.innodisk.com
Innodisk is a service-driven manufacturer of industrial embedded flash storage and DRAM products, with focus on the enterprise, industrial, aerospace, and defense industries. Innodisk is dedicated to designing Server products with high performance, high capacities, and high reliability in multiple form factors. With in-house engineering support, our partners receive customized solutions designed especially for their system.
 
Innodisk's new FlexiArray™ product line, powered by Innodisk FlexiRemap™ technology, boosts IOPS through Innodisk's advanced SSDs and an optimized OS – breaking the I/O storage bottleneck, to achieve 1M + IOPS performance. FlexiRemap™ technology, Innodisk's innovation in system software and SSD firmware design, greatly improves performance of random write operations.
 
 
Company: Penguin Computing
Booth: 1907
Web: www.penguincomputing.com
Come visit Penguin Computing at booth #1907. We have demos, customers and plenty of news to share:
 
• a hardware solution to drastically change the OCP landscape
• a new appliance that turns any HPC Linux cluster into a managed hybrid cloud environment
• a partner announcement with NVIDIA
 
Penguin Computing is the largest private supplier of complete HPC solutions in North America, and has built and operates Penguin Computing on Demand (POD), the leading specialized public HPC cloud service. We have more than 18,000 systems installed, with over 2,500 customers in 40 countries across major vertical markets.
 
 
Company: ScaleMP
Booth: 3732
Web: www.scalemp.com
ScaleMP is the leader in virtualization for in-memory high-end computing, providing higher performance and lower total cost of ownership as compared with traditional shared-memory systems. The company’s innovative Versatile SMP (vSMP) architecture aggregates multiple x86 systems into a single virtual x86 system, delivering an industry-standard, high-end shared-memory computer. Using software to replace custom hardware and components, ScaleMP offers a new, revolutionary computing paradigm. vSMP Foundation is a software-only solution that reduces overall system (CAPEX) and management complexities (OPEX) costs. vSMP Foundation aggregates up to 128 x86 systems to create a single system with up to 32,768 cpus and up to 256 TB of shared memory.
 

 

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