Podcast: Hot Interconnects Conference Looks to the Future of Networks

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In this podcast, the Co-Chairs on the Hot Interconnects Symposium discuss their program agenda and why Hot Interconnects continues to be the premier international forum for high performance networking at all scales. The event takes place August 24-26 in Santa Clara, CA.

Two days of technical sessions led by Fabrizio Petrini from IBM TJ Watson, our 2011 General Chair, plus a day of tutorials will keep you on top of the latest industry developments and academic laboratories. Our objective is to address the Networking and Supercomputing families. This year we are proud to have Torsten Hoefler, University of Illinois (UIUC), and Patrick Geoffray, Myricom, as our 2011 IEEE Hot Interconnects Program Co-Chairs.

Featured Keynotes:

  • The IBM Blue Gene/Q Interconnection Network and Message Unit. Philip Heidelberger, Research Staff Member at IBM
  • The Computer that is the Network: A Future History of Big Systems. Greg Papadopoulos, Venture Partner, New Enterprise Associates; formerly CTO, Sun Microsystems
  • Will Interconnect Help or Limit the Future of Computing? Shekhar Borkar, Intel Fellow and director of Extreme-scale Technologies at Intel Labs

The two-day symposium will be followed by a day of software tutorials. Register now.

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