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Denver Hosts World's High-Performance Network and Computer Events November 10-16, 2001

March 26, 2001

DENVER, CO, March 26, 2001 - The largest supercomputer center in Colorado will leave Denver on November 16--six days after it sets up!

Each November for 12 years, more than 5,000 world leaders in computing and networking gather to demonstrate the newest technologies, showcase their results, and spend on average, $3.5-$7 million on planned purchases.

SC2001, the conference of high performance networking and computing, will convene November 10-16, in the fiber-optic equipped Denver Convention Center.

For seven days, technical programs, demonstrations, exhibits, educational outreach and mind-boggling computer visualizations will take place on the exhibition floor, using a total communications bandwidth of 130 Gigabits/second. In addition fiber-optics links will carry events to participating "constellation" sites around the globe.

Consequently, conference chair Charlie Slocomb of Los Alamos National Laboratory appropriately dubbed the conference theme, "Beyond Boundaries." For the technically inclined, here are key dates and deadlines for SC2001 participants and presenters.

• April 9: Official conference web-site at http://www.SC2001.org opens to accept technical papers, tutorials, education program, panels and Gordon Bell Award nomination submissions.

• April 27: Submission deadline for Gordon Bell Award nominations, research exhibits and networking requirements, technical papers, tutorials, and workshops.

• May 28: Education Program applications due.

• June 27: Conditional acceptance of technical papers.

• July 30: Final version of technical papers and student volunteer applications are due. Also the submission deadline for the Exhibitor Forum, high performance computing challenge, posters and research exhibits.

• August 31: Final tutorial handouts due.

• September 7: Birds of a Feather (BOFs) submission deadline.

Remember: This year is 2001. At SC2001 you can learn what HAL is really like.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society and the Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Computer Architecture sponsor SC2001. The latest conference information appears at http://www.SC2001.org.

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SC2001 is sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society and ACM