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May The Force of Our HPC Partners Be With You



By: Jeff Reser

November 7, 2017 1:41 pm

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SUSE will have a strong presence at the SuperComputing17 (#SC17) conference in Denver, November 13-16.  One of the main attractions in our SUSE booth (1681) this year is a Partner Theater – and we’ve lined up some great content that many of our High Performance Computing partners will be sharing with you.

Here is the theater agenda for each day of the conference, highlighted (in yellow) by “spotlight” sessions from HPE, Cray, and Lenovo focused on thought leadership and scientific advancements:

In addition to our amazing line-up in our Partner Theater, we’ll have a VR Star Wars game for you to play (and a chance to win prizes!).

Also in our booth we will have 4 kiosks packed with information around:

  • OpenHPC and our partner ecosystem
  • HPC as a Service, HPC in the Cloud, Containers and OpenStack
  • Embedded OS
  • SUSE technology and services like toolchain and Package Hub.

We hope you can join us at SC17 in Denver!

Check out our SUSE HPC Solutions page @ https://www.suse.com/solutions/sle/high-performance-computing/

And our product page @ https://www.suse.com/products/server/hpc/

Remember – parallel computing is easier than parallel parking with the right technology!

Jeff Reser

@JeffReserNC

 

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Categories: Alliance Partners, SUSE Embedded, SUSE in the Cloud, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for High Performance Computing, SUSE OpenStack Cloud

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