The 9th Annual High Performance Computing Linux for Wall Street Conference features Big Data, Cloud Computing, HPC Systems, Data Centers, Networks, Switches, Optimization – all-in-one for 800 Wall Street IT attendees. The conference speakers will cover high speed, low latency, reducing cost and total cost of ownership. To learn more about this event or to register click here (link resides outside of ibm.com).
IBM panel session
Optimizing HPC, Linux, and Smarter Computing to Meet Exploding Demand on a Flat Budget
Successful Financial Services companies are using Linux and HPC to realize the promise of Smarter Computing and address the IT conundrum of meeting exploding demand for HPC services on a flat budget. Jean Staten Healy, Director, Worldwide Linux and Open Virtualization, IBM, will host a panel of customers and partners who will discuss why and how their organizations leverage efficient and innovative Linux & HPC solutions to address performance, compliance and economic needs.
Jean Staten Healy
Director, World Wide Linux and Open Virtualization, IBM Corporation
Co-Founder & General Manager Redkite Financial Markets, Americas
Founder and CEO, Options IT, LLC
Business Development Executive, IBM System Networking
Director, Cross Technology Services, Morgan Stanley
IBM technology showcase in exhibit hall
At the IBM Booth, we will be showcasing the new System x Servers with Intel Xeon® Processor E5 for extreme scalability, performance and reduced power consumption. Our IBM System Networking products will be highlighted, including the new OpenFlow technology. Our DCS3700 Deep Computing Storage server will be available to review. And we will also be able to talk to our teams about our Linux based servers, middleware and services.
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