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SCinet Recognitions Spotlight Contributors’ Significant Role in Advancing Networking Technologies at SC19

A group of more than 200 volunteers have just completed the successful launch of SCinet, a global collaboration of high-performance networking experts who provide the fastest and most powerful volunteer-built network in the world for the SC Conference which is taking place this week in Denver. SCinet offers an unprecedented amount of bandwidth — 4.22

SCinet Student Volunteers Are Here! SC19 Set-up Has Started

Rajani Pingili, from Hyderabad, India, is a first-year PhD student majoring in Computer Science at Western Michigan University. Her mentor, Dr. Ajay Gupta, introduced her to the conference, and she was selected as a SCinet student volunteer for the first time this year. Pingili joined a group of 19 SCinet student volunteers that arrived in

Last But Not Least: Final Five SC19 Computing4Change Student Profiles

SC19 will mark the second year of the Computing4Change (C4C) competition, which brings together students from diverse disciplines and backgrounds to learn about data analytics and computational thinking, and work together to apply these skills to addressing a major social challenge. As we get closer to SC19, SIGHPC wanted to learn a little bit more

SC19 Keynote: When High Performance Computing Moves to the Edge

SC19 Keynote Speaker Details Lessons from Unmanned Mars Exploration When we talk about high performance computing (HPC), what we usually mean is the physical power of the technology—more speed, more bandwidth. more capacity. But sometimes the “high performance” isn’t about raw horsepower. “Computing on the edge” can call for ingenuity and software to overcome the

Prepping SCinet for SC19: Behind the Scenes with the SCinet Family

To prepare for SC19, this year’s SCinet Chair, Jim Stewart, Chief Technology Officer of the Utah Education and Telehealth Network, has been leading his team of 300 volunteers for over a year. That full year of hard work came together on October 21 when SCinet started its deployment to build the SC19 network in Denver.

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