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Centre for Higher Education) is now using the SysFera-DS solution to offer users improved access to their visualisation clusters. Tere will be a customer feedback session during the Exhibitor’s Forum on Wednesday 20 November at 11.15am.

The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) (#2732) designs,

deploys, operates and conducts research and development to provide a comprehensive, integrated set of computational, visualisation, data analysis, storage, and soſtware activities. Collectively, this set of balanced resources, interactive activities, and expert user support make TACC the Ultimate Science Environment (USE). Visit the booth to learn how TACC enables open science across all disciplines, and experiment with new visualisation

technologies, including an Oculus Riſt and Pico Wall. As always, TACC will offer t-shirts on a first-come, first-served basis to its guests. Ask how you can also receive a limited-edition laptop sticker ‘My other computer is super’ — the must-have accessory for SC13!

Univa (#4101), a data centre automation company, will be exhibiting at the show. Te company is a leading provider of automation and management soſtware for computational and big data infrastructures. Univa is the sole commercial provider of Grid Engine soſtware, and the company’s products and global enterprise support give its customers the power to manage their entire computational space, no matter how big or where it is deployed. Many of the leading brands in the world depend on Univa’s expertise, and premier services and support. Univa is headquartered in Hoffman

Estates, Illinois, USA, with offices in Markham, ON, Canada; Austin, Texas, USA, and Munich, Germany.

XSEDE (#422) is a virtual organisation that provides a dynamic distributed infrastructure, support services, and technical expertise that enable researchers, engineers, and scholars to address the most important and challenging problems facing the nation and world. At the XSEDE booth, visitors can find out how they can benefit from its computing systems, training, and other services to accelerate research. Te XSEDE booth will allow

visitors to interact with senior management personnel, including project director John Towns and key leadership from operations, user services, outreach, and more. Additionally, if visitors have a useful technology that needs more exposure, it can be entered immediately into the Technology

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Investigation Services’ XSEDE Technology Evaluation Database (XTED) for free to show the world what has been created.

Xyratex (#2107) is an OEM provider of enterprise data-storage solutions, including the ClusterStor family of

high performance scale-out storage solutions. ClusterStor’s soſtware architecture tightly integrates the Lustre file system with Xyratex’s enterprise-quality storage. Te ClusterStor family delivers availability, ease of use, price- performance and overall total cost of ownership. For applications where users need storage that scales both in capacity and performance, ClusterStor supports high performance data processing from relatively small data quantities to some of the largest supercomputers in the world.

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The 24th annual Daresbury Machine Evaluation Workshop (MEW24) will be held on 27 - 28 November 2013 at the Adelphi Hotel Liverpool.

This workshop is now established as a leading national event dedicated to distributed high performance scientific computing. The principle objective is to encourage close contact between the research communities and the major vendors of workstations, software and peripherals.

The workshop consists of a series of presentations from exhibiting companies with an accompanying exhibition of their latest products and technology.

Exhibitors are encouraged to make hardware available for testing during the event and in the past the audience has been very appreciative of the technical content of the presentations – sales talks from exhibiting companies are strongly discouraged.

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