Today NVIDIA announced that the third annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC) will return to San Jose’s McEnery Convention Center from Oct. 11-14, 2011. In addition, Los Alamos National Laboratory will co-locate its Accelerated High Performance Computing Symposium at the conference.
Last year’s GTC offered more than 280 hours of content intended primarily for computational scientists, engineers and developers who want to better understand how the GPU is transforming scientific and technical computing. Attendance at the 2010 event grew more than 50 percent, and further growth is anticipated this year. With increased global awareness surrounding supercomputing, and its importance to the advancement of science and innovation, this year’s GTC promises to be an event not to be missed.
Last year’s GTC was truly amazing and I’m already digging for more details on the 2011 GTC event.