SANTA CLARA, CA -- The epicenter of the computing revolution moves to the San Jose Convention Center next week as developers, executives, entrepreneurs, scientists and investors converge at the GPU Technology Conference (GTC).
Leaders from industry and academia will convene on Sept. 20-23 to learn about, and collaborate on, the application of powerful GPU (graphics processing unit) technology to the world's most important computing challenges.
Visionaries from national laboratories worldwide, as well as Fortune 500 companies, start-ups and leading universities, will present more than 280 hours of technical sessions to a diverse audience from 50 countries.
Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 9:00 a.m. PDT
Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 9:00 a.m. PDT
Thursday, Sept. 23 at 5:00 p.m. PDT
GTC 2010 will feature more than 280 hours of technical sessions from top scientists, researchers and developers from around the world, including:
Jen-Hsun Huang, NVIDIA CEO and co-founder, will hold a press conference for members of the media immediately following Tuesday's keynote.
Emerging Companies Summit
Within the GPU Technology Conference is the Emerging Companies Summit, a unique event that provides start-ups in the GPU computing ecosystem with an opportunity to demonstrate their technologies. Sixty companies from more than a dozen countries will showcase new technologies based on the GPU. Read about the Emerging Companies Summit here.
Sponsors and Partners
The GPU Technology Conference is sponsored by Adobe, HP, Microsoft, Dell, Supermicro, PNY, Cooley, Synnex, Acer, TSMC, Samsung, IBM, NextIO, Citi, GE Intelligent Platforms, Amax, SGI, Appro, Sutter Hill Ventures, Hynix, Dassault Systemes, Silicon Valley Bank, Deloitte and Mandel Communications. Media partners include The Churchill Club, Dr. Dobb's, GPUcomputing.net, insideHPC, Plug and Play Tech Center and TiE Silicon Valley.
Further information, including registration, agenda and session abstracts can be found at www.nvidia.com/gtc.
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