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HPC Matters Plenary
Topic: Fueling the Transformation
Speaker: Diane Bryant
When: Monday, November 16
Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30PM
Location: Austin Convention Center Ballroom DEFG
In this lively and entertaining presentation, the audience will experience a visually powerful collection of proof points along with a thought-provoking, forward-looking glimpse of the importance of HPC on several areas of socioeconomic impact.
Join Intel’s Senior Vice President, Diane Bryant as she interacts with multiple industry luminaries for this engaging stage event. During this opening plenary discussion, the audience will be taken on a journey designed to give a deep appreciation for the accomplishments attributed to HPC affecting all of us today, along with an insightful discussion on how HPC will continue to evolve – and continue to change the way we live.
Bryant draws from her experience as Intel’s former CIO, her experience in driving the strategic direction of Intel’s $14 billion dollar Data Center Group which includes the company’s worldwide HPC business segment, and her passion and commitment for diversity programs – a topic of priority for the SC conference and the global HPC community.
Don’t miss this powerful opening plenary session that gets to the very heart of “Why HPC Matters.”
For a Q&A with Wilf Pinfold, HPC Matters Chair, on why HPC still matters in 2015 and what his plans are for making it an even greater highlight at SC15 please visit SC15's new blog at http://sc15blog.blogspot.com/2015/04/8-questions-with-hpc-matters-chair-wilf.html.
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