SC17 is still more than eight months away, but the conference has already outsold SC16 in terms of the number of exhibits spaces sold and number of exhibitors.
As HPC’s importance only continues to grow, the most important HPC decision makers from both research and industry from all corners of the world recognize that attending SC is essential to their success,” said Bronis R. de Supinski, SC17 Exhibits Chair from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. “We also spend considerable time and resources on adding new components to the exhibition that enhance both the attendee and the exhibitor experience.”
According to de Supinski, some of the items being discussed for SC17 are more social media outreach for real-time exhibit floor updates as well as adding some informal meeting or networking points that are not tied to a particular booth. Further, the SC17 Emerging Technologies booth will be incorporated into the exhibit floor.
The SC conference attracts scientists and engineers, software developers, policy makers, corporate managers, CIOs, and IT administrators from universities, industry, and government agencies. Over the past twentyfive years, SC has grown to become truly an international conference attracting 13,000 attendees from around the world who come to see the latest innovations in HPC, networking, storage, and related fields.
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