Hewlett Packard Enterprise participates in SC21: In-person and virtually
OCTOBER 18, 2021 • NEWS ADVISORY
HPE demonstrates latest high performance computing (HPC) and AI solutions at SC21
High performance computing (HPC) plays a critical role in solving some of the world’s most complex problems from predicting extreme weather conditions such as hurricanes and wildfires, to accelerating discovery for a vaccine or drug discoveries to cure diseases.
Through its massive computing capabilities, HPC also optimizes and advances areas such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and analytics that have become integral to unlocking insights for any business or research need.
As an industry-leader in delivering a comprehensive portfolio of end-to-end HPC and AI solutions, HPE is inspired by engineers, scientists and researchers who use the power of HPC to make breakthroughs using complex data.
Communities such as SC, an annual international conference for high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis, celebrates achievements and inspires new opportunities fueled by HPC. HPE looks forward to being a part of this community and continue participating at SC21 this year, in-person in St. Louis, and virtually through the SC21 remote experience.
To ensure the health and safety of HPE’s team members and other attendees, HPE’s onsite team will follow all COVID-19 protocols required by the SC21 conference, which include providing a proof of vaccination and wearing a mask or facial coverings while indoors.
Unlike previous SC events, HPE will have a smaller onsite booth and will not plan to host any large events or gatherings, but still looks forward to reconvening with partners, customers and overall attendees in St. Louis, and engaging with remote attendees virtually.
Planning to attend SC21 in St. Louis? Please visit the HPE booth at 2215.
To learn more on how HPE is empowering enterprises for any size, and any business or research need, please visit: https://www.hpe.com/us/en/compute/hpc.html
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