9th Annual 2012 High Performance Computing Linux
Mark your calendars. Plan to attend 2012 9th Annual Wall Street Show for HPC systems, Cloud Computing, Big Data at one time and one place in New York.
2012 Wall Street IT budgets are cautiously moving up – your opportunity to see HPC systems, Cloud Computing, Big Data at one time and one place in New York.
The good news is there is new technology that can make IT more cost-effective including everything from Cloud Computing to Big Data systems.
The 2012 9th Annual HPC for Wall Street is face to face. It is a super-market to shop new Cloud, Big Data, HPC, Low Latency, networks, virtualization, optimization, switches, storage – all-in-one for 800 Wall Street IT attendees.
This is the once a year opportunity for face-to-face networking with your Wall Street colleagues, meeting vendors, sourcing new products, attending low-cost financial services-oriented technology sessions.
The 9th Annual Conference will assemble Wall Street speakers and leading technology experts at one time and one place at the largest meeting of HPC in New York in 2012. They will discuss high speed and low latency to go to market faster, while reducing cost and total cost of ownership. Wall Street is increasing their technology budget by 7% in 2012.
The Show attendance is free for all Wall Street and financial markets executives, project managers, front and back office managers, programmers, consultants and financial industry suppliers and vendors.
Our growing list of exhibitors and sponsors are choosing our event as their one vehicle to meet Wall Street IT executives face-to-face in New York in 2012. They include the major players in the Wall Street and financial markets space. Many are exhibitors from the 2011 Super Computing Show in Seattle, as well as other major technology events.
Our Gold Sponsors include Intel, HP, IBM, Cisco, Microsoft, Dell, AMD, DataDirect Networks, Corvil, Red Hat, Forsythe, Fusion-io, Novell, Myricom, SGI, SuperMicro, Arista, VMware, Tibco, Syncfusion, among other leading Wall Street providers.
Bring your iPad, cell phone, plenty of business cards for free drawings and prizes. Bring the list of exhibitors found online at: www.flaggmgmt.com/linux. Bring your colleagues – the show is free.
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