[UCI-Linux] Today: Apple Briefing (UNIX, clustering, G5)

Andrew Laurence atlauren@uci.edu
Tue, 6 Apr 2004 07:41:47 -0800


Just a quick reminder, this event is today in Salt Creek.

There are a few seats still unclaimed, so feel free to stop by.

-Andrew



Apple High Performance Research Computing Event

Where: University of California, Irvine
        Tuesday, April 6th - 8am to 12pm
        Student Center, Salt Creek AB

With: Ernest N. Prabhakar, Ph.D., Apple Product Manager, UNIX & Open Source
       Warner Yuen, Apple Research Computing Consultant

Who Should Attend:  university researchers, IT professionals supporting
research computing, graduate students

Description:

Apple cordially invites you to attend a briefing on its solutions for
high performance research computing. At the event, you'll learn
about Apple's emphasis on the science market, and how that focus is
manifested in the systems, architecture, and applications available
from Apple and its partners today.

Content:

- Apple's commitment to research computing to include a discussion on OS X,
it's UNIX underpinnings and open source advantages.

- Apple's cluster computing solutions including an overview of the new
Xserve G5 with special emphasis on how to build a high performance cluster
computing solution and the tools needed (hardware, software, management
tools, middleware, scheduling).

- How to optimize for Apple high performance computing solutions including a
look at harnessing the power of the G5 processor and moving code to Mac OS
X.


To register for this event, please RSVP via email to:
<mailto:shayes@uci.edu, atlauren@uci.edu>

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Andrew Laurence                         atlauren@uci.edu
Central Computing & Security            http://www.nacs.uci.edu/~atlauren/
Network & Academic Computing Svcs.
UC Irvine

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