SC12 Media Partners
The SC12 conference welcomes working partnerships with media covering high performance 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. For SC12, the following media are official partners:
ADMIN Magazine is all about the real world of system administration. You’ll find detailed, practical articles on topics such as security, network monitoring, clustering, and troubleshooting – for admins who manage Windows, Linux, Unix, and Solaris systems in heterogeneous environments.
Datanami is a news portal dedicated to providing insight, analysis and up-to-the-minute information about emerging trends and solutions in big data. The portal sheds light on all cutting edge technologies including networking, storage and applications, and their effect upon business, industry, government, and research. The publication examines the avalanche of unprecedented amounts of data and the impact the high-end data explosion is having across the IT, enterprise, and commercial markets. Subscribe now at: www.datanami.com.
The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, and Tabor Communications’ combined network makes up the readership for Digital Manufacturing Report. This publication reports on the largest segment of buyers of advanced computing technologies. DM-Report provides the manufacturing industry with knowledge and resources ranging from state-of-the-art and emerging digital technologies to future business trends and migration challenges facing the small to medium manufacturing (SMM) community. To learn more, visit: www.digitalmanufacturingreport.com.
The Exascale Report™ is the first publication to focus squarely on the next great challenge and breakthrough in HPC: exascale levels of computation. This subscription-based newsletter contains hard-to-get, insider’s commentary on the most interesting innovations, activities, accomplishments, and challenges critical to charting the course to exascale computing.
The Exascale Report is the voice of the emerging exascale community.
Who reads The Exascale Report™ Thousands of members of the HPC community and the enterprise computing market who are personally and professionally driven to understand and prepare for exascale: what it means to HPC and scientific discovery; the implications for the much broader enterprise market; the influence on peripheral and vertical markets; and what its inevitable impact will be on application developers.
Send your contributed article ideas or request for interviews to: ideas@TheExascaleReport.com
ACM members receive a special negotiated annual subscription rate of only $100. Subscription information can be found at: http://theexascalereport.com/user/register
Gabriel Consulting Group (GCG) is a U.S. based industry analyst firm covering both the HPC and enterprise data center segments. Dan Olds of GCG is the HPC analyst for The Register and regularly posts articles on their HPC Channel section. Olds is also a founder and co-host of the Radio Free HPC webcast/podcast series, discussing HPC topics large and small. GCG also supports the SC Student Cluster Competition and has published many articles covering this exciting competition.
HPCwire is the #1 news and information portal covering the fastest computers in the world and the people who run them. With a legacy dating back to 1986, HPCwire continues to be the publication of choice globally by business and technology professionals from academia, government, science, and industry who are interested in high performance and computationally intensive computing. For topics ranging from the latest developments in systems, software, tools and applications, to middleware, networking and storage technologies, HPCwire delivers it all and remains the HPC communities’ most reliable and trusted resource. Don't miss a thing - Subscribe now to HPCwire's weekly newsletter recapping the previous week's HPC news, analysis and information at: www.hpcwire.com
hpcinthecloud.com is the only portal dedicated to covering data-intensive cloud computing in science, industry and the data center. The publication provides technology decision-makers and stakeholders in the high performance computing industry (spanning government, industry, and academia) with the most accurate and current information on developments happening in the point where high performance and cloud computing intersect. Subscribe now at: http://www.hpcinthecloud.com.
inside-BigData.com is the world's first daily online news publication focused on the world of Big Data Analytics. Now in its second year, inside-BigData serves up a unique mix of news, commentary, and multimedia podcasts in a summary format designed for busy data scientists and IT professionals. Don't weed through piles of xeroxed press releases to get your news. Recently named by Forbes as one of the Top 20 Big Data Influencers, editor Rich Brueckner brings over 26 years of HPC experience to bear on choosing the news that matters.
EDITORIAL: When you want to reach the most engaged HPC audience on the internet, get in touch with us at news@inside-BigData.com
ADVERTISING inquiries should be sent to: advertising@inside-BigData.com.
insideHPC.com is the leading source for up-to-the-minute news, commentary, exclusive features and analysis on what matters most to HPC stakeholders. Covering cutting edge hardware and software developments to new business models and discoveries accelerated by the power of supercomputing, insideHPC is updated continually with the latest news on matters of interest to the global HPC community. Too busy to keep up? Subscribe to the insideHPC email updates, RSS news feed, or even follow us on Twitter. And best of all, it's all free.
With a fast paced, "get to the point" style, and a balanced tone that we like to call, “News with Attitude” – supported by a broad variety of audience channels, insideHPC doesn't just have readers, we have a community of dedicated followers. insideHPC.com has grown tremendously over the past two years, now boasting a regular following of more than 60,000 unique readers – generating more than 1 million page views (article retrievals) per month. If your organization wants to reach the global community of supercomputing center managers, HPC thought leaders, senior corporate executives, program managers, HPC practitioners and a large number of enterprise CIO-level decision makers, then you will want to turn to insideHPC.
EDITORIAL: When you want to reach the most engaged HPC audience on the Internet, get in touch with us at news@insideHPC.com.
ADVERTISING inquiries should be sent to: advertising@insideHPC.com.
Available in both print and digital editions LinuxPro Magazine (Linux Magazine outside North America) brings practical, hands-on solutions for real users who depend on Linux in their daily lives. Our readers are a new generation of Linux experts who are pushing the limits of Linux as a server, desktop, and development platform. They read Linux Pro Magazine to learn more about technologies and products for Linux. Our unique combination of advanced coverage with a practical emphasis makes Linux Pro Magazine a great fit for the kinds of reader who tend to make decisions and pass on recommendations.
Available in both print and digital editions Elsevier is a leading publisher with imprint Morgan Kaufmann, home to key titles including new releases CUDA Programming, Structured Parallel Programming, Heterogeneous Computing with OpenCL, 1.2 Edition, Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach: Inkling Edition, and many more. Elsevier also publishes several journals in the field of supercomputing including Parallel Computing, Future Generation Computer Systems, the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, as well as new journals, Sustainable Computing and the Journal of Computational Science. Stop by our booth (4054) to find out more.
The Register is the one of the world's biggest online tech publications, with more than six million unique users worldwide.
Starting out in London in 1994 as an occasional email newsletter, The Register began publishing online daily in 1998. Today The Register is headquartered in London and San Francisco.
Most Register readers are IT professionals - software engineers, database administrators, sysadmins, networking managers and so on, all the way up to CIOs. The Register covers the issues they face at work every day – in software, hardware, networking and IT security. The Register is also known for its "off-duty" articles, on science, tech culture, and cult columnists such as BOFH and Verity Stob, which reflect our readers' many personal interests.
The Register has specialist communities of focussed technology groups, including an HPC community. This delivers various activities, including specialist HPC news, HPC Blog, HPC Webcasts and annual HPC research.
Scientific Computing World is the only global publication dedicated to the computing and information technology needs of professionals in engineering, science, and technology. High-performance computing is central to the publication, with a special dedicated section in the print magazine, and a separate website (www.hpcprojects.com) and e-newsletter devoted to HPC.