Microsoft at SC22

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Supercomputing (SC) is one of the biggest events of the year for those in high performance computing, and we’re looking forward to connecting with you in person at the event. As we continue to plan, we’ll keep updating this blog so keep checking back to see the latest information around what’s planned, and how you can connect. 

 

About Supercomputing

Held in Dallas, Texas, this year, SC is an international conference for high performance computing, networking, storage, and analysis. It’s one of the largest conferences in the world, hosting thousands of students, exhibitors, and presenters. Coming to the event are researchers, scientists, application developers, computing center staff and management, computing industry staff, agency program managers, journalists, congressional staffers, and more. If you work in high performance computing or you are an enthusiast, this is an event for you.

 

Microsoft’s presence

This year we’ll be at booth 2433, a large 50x50 booth located on one of the main walkways right near the entrance to the exhibitor hall.  You can expect to meet both technical sales and engineering Microsoft Azure HPC experts at our booth, in addition to several partners.  Within our booth we’ll have hardware for some of our newest virtual machines for you to see up and close.  Visit sessions in our booth to enter for a chance to win a prize, watch demos, hear about our newest product releases, have conversations about the latest work being done in the HPC space, and hear from partners that are leveraging Microsoft Azure to help customers unlock their innovation.

 

Continue checking here to learn more about our after-hour events planned, session details, and all news related to our presence at SC22.  https://www.aka.ms/SC22

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