Silicon Mechanics to Highlight Research Offerings at Supercomputing 2014

Attendees can view high-performance computing offerings and listen to presentations from a variety of speakers.

Silicon Mechanics will showcase its research-centered technology at the Supercomputing 2014 (SC14) Conference and Exhibition, which is running from November 16 to 21 in New Orleans. The company is highlighting how it focuses on integrating solutions to meet the needs of today’s computational researchers. It is also planning to host presentations by Bright Computing, SwiftStack and Wayne State University.

Attendees can see how Silicon Mechanics’ products are design for storage, high-performance computing, cloud applications and GPU (graphics processing unit) computing. The company is also announcing its fourth annual Research Cluster Grants, which will be awarded to two institutes of higher education.

“Silicon Mechanics is committed to supporting computation-centered research, particularly in higher education,” said Eva Cherry, president and CEO of Silicon Mechanics. “Much of our engineering and design work is dedicated to developing the highest quality computing solutions for modern researchers. We are excited to feature our latest products at SC14.”

For more information, visit Silicon Mechanics.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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