The adoption of large scale and middleware HPC as well as the development of advanced and distributed in-memory data and grid systems could have long lasting effects on Wall Street. The conference will address strategies to help Wall Street firms leverage their existing HPC investments as they move to cloud-based delivery models.
Stowe will discuss on-premise and large scale public cloud clusters, applications that are best suited for the cloud, low-latency plays and how these new developments will pave the way for IT and positively impact business. He will also speak to HPC large scale platforms and its implications in the financial services domain by highlighting use cases supported by Cycle Computing including, risk management, simulations, back testing, and modeling.
Cycle Computing enables organizations to create their own personal supercomputers by providing fast, on-demand, production-quality clusters as a service. By leveraging open source technologies, Cycle provides customers with unparalleled freedom and flexibility, faster time-to-market, increased productivity and a true competitive advantage.
The HPC for Wall Street Conference will be held on September 19, 2012 at the Roosevelt Hotel, in New York City. Stowe’s Session 6 presentation, Data Analytics and Software Development for Large Scale and Middleware HPC on Wall Street ,will be held from 1:30-2:15pm. For more information on the conference please visit: 2012 High Performance Computing For Wall Street. To schedule a briefing with Jason Stowe at the event, contact Maggie DiPasquale at 212-255-0080 ext. 17 or cyclecomputing@
About Cycle Computing:
Cycle Computing is the leader in Utility Supercomputing software. Cycle delivers proven, secure and flexible high performance computing (HPC) and data solutions since 2005. Cycle helps clients maximize existing infrastructure and speed computations on servers, VMs, and on-demand in the cloud. Our products help clients maximize internal infrastructure and increase power as research demands, like the 10000-core cluster for Genentech and the 30000+ core cluster for a Top 5 Pharma that were covered in Wired, TheRegister, BusinessWeek, Bio-IT World, and Forbes. Starting with three initial Fortune 100 clients, Cycle has grown to deploy proven implementations at Fortune 500s, SMBs and government and academic institutions including JP Morgan Chase, Purdue University, Pfizer and Lockheed Martin.
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