High Performance Computing for Wall Street
The 8th Annual 2011 High Performance Computing for Wall Street will assemble 800 IT directors from Wall Street and the global financial markets.
Speed and costs and new profit centers from arbitrage trading, HPC data storage, HPC networking will be featured in 2011.
Wall Street is adopting high speed HPC systems with Low Latency to create new profit centers for arbitrage trading.
Wall Street is adopting Virtualization to increase back office efficiency and cost savings of existing HPC systems.
Our 2011 Show & Conference will feature Low Latency and Virtualization as two strategies to increase speed, reduce cost and increase full operations performance of HPC systems.
The 2011 8th Annual High Performance Computing on Wall Street is supporting that need with High Performance Computing, Low Latency, Linux, Virtualization, Cloud Computing, Grid, Cluster, Blade, Ultra High Speed Networking, Data Center Solutions and other technology.
In 2011 transaction message speeds have increased to almost 500 million per second. Even greater transaction speeds are increasing the volume of Wall Street trades.
Our Gold Sponsors will include Microsoft, Intel, HP, IBM, Blade, Novell, Red Hat, Oracle, Solace, Fulcrum, Corvil, Forsythe, SuperMicro Computer, Cisco, Arista, VMware, Tibco, Appro, Myricom, among other leading Wall Street providers.
Join this growing list of sponsors and exhibits if you have not done so for the largest meeting of HPC in New York in 2011.
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