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Since its inception, SC has established a tradition as the place for scientists, engineers, and managers to see the latest in products, services, and innovations in high performance computing, networking, storage and related disciplines, enabling them to return home with the tools they need to prepare their organizations for the future. This conference series has grown to now include researchers, software developers, policy makers, corporate managers, CIOs and IT administrators from universities, industry and government. Now more than ever, they need to operate as effectively as possible, managing their financial and professional resources to best serve their communities. There is no other event that provides the depth and interaction in a wide range of fields such as information architectures, data storage, analysis and visualization, optical networking, scalable computing, scientific applications and distributed systems.

The SC2004 theme, Bridging Communities, ties the program components together and demonstrates how high performance computing, networking and storage touches all scientific disciplines, promotes interdisciplinary projects, affects the educational process through the use of computers in modeling and simulation in the classroom, and solves heretofore unsolvable problems in biotechnology, weather research, astronomy, drug research, wearable sensors and many other applications.

Backed by the industry’s only focused conference program, the exhibit floor gives attendees the opportunity to obtain hands-on experience to back up the wealth of information gathered in the conference sessions. They’ll examine the impact of our changing society and growing global marketplace as well as breakthrough technologies for management and support. Conference attendees will search for the tools---your products and services---that will allow them to implement this newfound knowledge on a local scale, in their own facilities.

These are the prospects you need to meet:

From the top of their field:

3%President/Owner/Vice President
8%Research Director/Management
23%Scientific/Research Staff
5%Computer Scientist
8%Systems/Software Engineer
6%Director/Manager Computer Center/Services
3%Engineering Management
4%Member of Technical Staff
2%Sales & Marketing Manager/Reps
5%Other Management
12%All Other*

*Includes Students, Other Engineers, Writers/Editors

From A Wide Range of Businesses:


8%Computers and Related Equipment
1%Communications Equipment
3%Other manufacturing


8%Research & Development
2%Systems Integration & Consulting
2%Software Development
1%VARs/Computer Sales/Services
2%Primary/Secondary Education
3%Other (Includes non-profit and students)

From Large Enterprise Companies:

19%1-50 Employees

Over 55% are from companies with more than 500 employees.

SC is a truly national and international event with over 76% of the attendees traveling over 500 miles to attend and 20% coming from outside the United States.

SC attendees come to the exhibit floor ready to buy a wide range of products and services. Overall, 82% of the attendees have a buying influence (have the final say, specify the supplier or recommend the purchase) for products and services exhibited and 55% have planned purchases of over $50,000.

55%Large-scale/Parallel Clustered Computers
47%Cluster Management Tools
45%SMP Computers
47%Workstation Clusters
49%Desktop Workstations
23%Telecommunications Services
47%Storage Systems
43%Peripheral equipment

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