Thursday, 10 November 2011 13:27 Last Updated on Friday, 11 November 2011 13:20
With SuperComputing 2011 (SC11) around the corner we have an exciting week planned coming up. NEC will be collaborating with Raid, Inc.as we demonstrate the interoperability of our ProgrammableFlow solution at SC11 next week, November 14-17 in Seattle, WA. If you are in the Seattle area, or attending Supercomputing, the OpenFlow ProgrammableFlow virtual demo will be located at the Raid booth 2543. It will feature a demonstration of how NEC uses OpenFlow to virtualize the network.
Also at SuperComputing will be the SCinet Research Sandbox (SRS), a joint effort with the SC11 Technical Program that will allow network researchers to experimentally test their ideas in the unique environment of the SCinet network. The SC11 SRS will for the first time feature a 10 Gbps, multi-vendor OpenFlow network testbed, including ProgrammableFlow switches from NEC.
Customers who depend on HPC are typically great matches for a network that is programmable. This significant innovation will provide them with a programmable network infrastructure for high capacity, low latency, secure networks.
Learn more at the SC11 OpenFlow sessions, showcased as part of the Disruptive Technologies within the technical program. You can explore these sessions and schedule them at SC11.
Stop by the main NEC booth, 2331, on the show floor to see our other high performance computing solutions. We will have the ProgrammableFlow literature there for you to check out, and of course you can feel free to circle questions or interest back through the website www.necam.com/pflow, or call our Tech Support staff at (877) 632-0064.
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