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I get invited to Microsoft's next generation TC3 High Performance Windows HPC server event in London

(Last Updated On: September 28, 2010)

I get invited to Microsoft’s next generation TC3 High Performance Windows HPC server event in London, UK! Looks awesome!!

I am delighted to invite you to an evening of information and networking drinks to launch tc3 from Microsoft – the next phase in high performance computing solutions – at the Andaz Hotel, London, on Wednesday, 20 October, 2010, from 5.30pm.

With tc3, Microsoft and our partners are introducing a range of tools so our customers can harness the boundless capability of client, cluster and cloud. This includes new options scale-out excel, cluster integration for Windows 7 clients & the HPC server operating systems, and our development tools. As more developers target the GPU to accelerate performance-critical financial algorithms, such as options pricing and risk analysis, to take advantage of the massively parallel capabilities in modern GPUs, sophisticated development tools are increasingly critical to the success of many projects.

Agenda:

5.30pm-6.15pm Registration and drinks

6.15pm-6.30pm Welcome and introduction, Dr Michael Newberry, High Performance Computing Product Manager, Microsoft UK

6.30pm-7.00pm Parallel NSight: Visual Studio for GPU Computing, John Ashley, Financial Services Solution Architect, NVIDIA

7.00pm-7.15pm Visual Studio and Parallel Nsight in Action : a user perspective, Matthew Leslie, Vice President, Equity Derivative Analytics, BofA Merrill Lynch

7.15pm-7.25pm TC3: Technical Computing in FSI, Jeff Wierer, Director of Technical Computing, Microsoft Corporation

7.30pm onwards Networking drinks and Q&A with presenters

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