The SC Conference welcomes working partnerships with members of the media covering high performance computing, big data, cloud computing, networking, storage, and analysis. Such partnerships are established with the goal of disseminating news about the conference to key audiences while helping the media organizations raise awareness of their publications among SC attendees.
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ADMIN HPC is ADMIN magazine’s channel for enterprise HPC topics. A division of Linux New Media, ADMIN HPC brings you news, views, and real-world technical articles on HPC technology you won’t find anywhere else. Subscribe free to our monthly email newsletter and get the latest from the HPC world delivered to your inbox.
AI Trends is the leading industry media channel focused on the business and technology of enterprise AI. It is designed for business executives wishing to keep track of the major industry business trends, technologies and solutions that can help them keep in front of the fast-moving world of AI and gain competitive advantage.
Part of Healthtech Publishing, Bio-IT World provides outstanding coverage of cutting-edge trends and technologies that impact the management and analysis of life sciences data, including next-generation sequencing, drug discovery, predictive and systems biology, informatics tools, clinical trials, and personalized medicine. Through a variety of sources, including Bio-ITWorld.com, Weekly Update Newsletter and the Bio-IT World News Bulletins, Bio-IT World is a leading source of news and opinion on technology and strategic innovation in the life sciences, including drug discovery and development.
Formerly Enterprise Tech, EnterpriseAI further sharpens and builds upon EnterpriseTech’s extensive coverage of machine/deep learning, advanced modeling/simulation, high performance data analytics and the technologies that enable them – including high performance data centers, cloud computing, high performance storage, AI silicon and AI frameworks. It is intended to serve as a meeting ground that enlightens and informs IT strategists by examining the enterprise AI technologies and deployment strategies.
A division of Tabor Communications, HPCwire is the leading news authority for the HPC industry. With a legacy dating back to 1986, HPCwire is recognized worldwide for its breakthrough coverage of the fastest computers in the world and the people who run them. The most trusted resource for topics ranging from the latest trends and emerging technologies to expert commentary, in-depth analysis, and original features, HPCwire delivers it all.
A division of Linux New Media, Linux Pro Magazine supplies practical, hands-on solutions for real users who depend on Linux in their daily lives. Available in both print and digital editions, Linux Pro Magazine delivers a premium blend of technical articles with an emphasis on real-life techniques.
Mind Commerce provides business information, market and technology insights focused on the global ICT industry. Coverage areas include communications, applications, content, and commerce. Premium B2B service customers include global ICT companies, enterprise, government, and NGOs. Our data and analytics research covers emerging and disintermediation technologies such as streaming data and real-time analytics.
Mind Commerce also covers related computing technologies such as mobile edge computing (MEC) and related solutions such as real-time analytics for advanced applications and services. This includes infrastructure support such as smart cities, immersive technologies such as virtual reality, and support of data intensive applications such as self-driving vehicles. Our data and analytics practice also focuses on integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into other technologies such as big data and the role of AI in real-time analytics.
Scientific Computing World is the multi-platform resource wherein readers have access to the latest computing trends underpinning scientific and engineering research; independent, in-depth editorial content; informed commentary and analysis; and industry features on laboratory informatics, statistical science, high performance computing, and modeling and engineering. Published six times a year in print and digital editions, along with three monthly newsletters, (HPC Newsline, Informatics Newsline, Modeling & Engineering Newsline) it’s available at no cost to readers in the fields of science and engineering.
The Next Platform, published by Stackhouse Publishing Inc, offers in-depth coverage of high-end computing at large enterprises, supercomputing centers, hyperscale data centers, and public clouds. The Next Platform provides analysis to help readers understand which technologies are used to solve particular problems and how they are integrated with other systems and applications.
Covering the key elements of the modern system – from processors, main memory, storage, and networking up through operating systems, middleware, and other key systems software such as databases and data stores, systems management tools, and cluster and cloud controllers – The Next Platform examines how the technologies created to solve one set of problems may be used to solve another.