This is an archived page of the 2000 conference


Linux Clusters: The HPC Revolution 2000 was sponsored in part by the following institutions:

National Computational Science Alliance  

The National Computational Science Alliance (Alliance) is a partnership to prototype an advanced computational infrastructure for the 21st century that includes more than 50 academic, government, and industry research partners. The NSF Partnerships for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (PACI) program funds the Alliance.

Advanced Computing Technology Center Corporation


The Advanced Computing Technology Center (ACTC) is an organization based at IBM's T.J. Watson Research facility in Yorktown Heights, NY. It is an organization of highly skilled computational scientists from a broad range of scientific disciplines. Their mission is to further the advancement of computational science through tools and applications research, and to accelerate the transfer of technology and information into the HPC community.



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