The InfiniBand Low Latency Technical Forum will take place on September 17 at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco, in co-location with the Fall 2007 Intel Developer Forum (IDF). The technical forum will include presentations and collaborative sessions that examine latency in high-performance computing, storage and enterprise environments and will emphasize how end-user deployments of InfiniBand technology result in a positive return on investment. The event is sponsored by the InfiniBand Trade Association and the OpenFabrics Alliance.
InfiniBand delivers the lowest latency of any industry-standard interconnect technology available, resulting in increased productivity gains and return on investment for large-scale enterprises — such as those in financial services, automotive, manufacturing, oil and gas, data warehousing and media — as well as scientific and academic environments.
The InfiniBand Low Latency Technical Forum will look at advances along each point of the network — from end users to processors/chipsets, I/O and switches. Specific sessions will include presentations from hardware vendors, application providers, operating system vendors and end users.
Attendees may register online for the early bird rate of $149; after September 1, the rate increases to $199. Attendees may also purchase conference passes to the Intel Developer Forum at a discounted rate of $695, a savings of more than $1,000 per pass.
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