SGI Scales Up at Supercomputing 2009 with HPC Product Launch and Showcase of Leading HPC Solutions
Chief Technology Officer to Present on Scalable Architecture at Exhibitor Speaker Forum
FREMONT, Calif.óNovember 10, 2009 — SGI (NASDAQ: SGI), a global leader in HPC and data center solutions, will showcase its foremost technology offerings that scale from the personal supercomputer to its largest scale-up high performance computing (HPC) platform at Supercomputing 2009, November 14 — 20 in Portland, Oregon, in booth #1721. SGI will also unveil and demonstrate its newest scale-up server product at the conference.
Other in-booth demonstrations will include: Octane® III, SGI's personal supercomputer, ICE Cube® modular data center, CloudRack® scalable workgroup clusters, SGI® Altix® ICE departmental server, and SGI® InfiniteStorage hardware and software products.
Industry leading SGI customers will also present their successes with SGI technologies. SGI Professional Services representatives will discuss how customers can optimize infrastructure, enhance efficiency and deliver meaningful, measurable value with SGI services.
"Supercomputing 2009 is the preeminent conference for leading HPC companies to showcase their most innovative technologies," said Mark J. Barrenechea, president and CEO of SGI. "SGI is proud to demonstrate influential HPC products that scale from the personal supercomputer to the largest scale-up platform, and to make a major product announcement."
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