SGI’S Dr. Eng Lim Goh Asserts Large Memory Architecture to Accelerate Knowledge Discovery

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Today’s high-performance computing architectures may be starting to limit the pace of industry, science, and research and development. This limitation creates a potential crisis for business and countries striving to innovate and optimize massive amounts of complex data in order to develop a competitive advantage in an increasingly competitive global marketplace.
That’s the theme of a keynote speech that Dr. Eng Lim Goh, senior vice president and chief technology officer of Silicon Graphics (OTC: SGID), will present at TechSouth — The Gulf Coast Technology Summit and Exposition at the Cajundome Convention Center in Lafayette, Louisiana (April 26-28, 2006). Dr. Goh will discuss new concepts in massive shared-memory computing architectures designed to offer the scientific and business communities a way to accelerate innovation, knowledge discovery and analytics.

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