NCSA: Alliance to Hold Conference on 'Linux Revolution'
Feb 15, 2001, 21:22 (1 Talkback[s])
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"A Linux users' and system administrators' conference sponsored
by the National Computational Science Alliance (Alliance) will be
held June 25-27 in Urbana, IL, the home of the National Center for
Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois at
"Linux Clusters: The HPC Revolution" will feature a day of
tutorials followed by two days of plenary sessions and
presentations about Linux applications and systems by research
scientists, engineers, programmers, and Linux vendors. Dan Reed,
director of the Alliance and NCSA, will present the keynote
address. Reed will outline the Alliance's vision and the role Linux
clusters will play in that vision."
"The National Center for Supercomputing Applications is the
leading-edge site for the National Computational Science Alliance.
NCSA is a leader in the development and deployment of cutting-edge
high-performance computing, networking, and information
technologies. The National Science Foundation, the state of
Illinois, the University of Illinois, industrial partners, and
other federal agencies fund NCSA."