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Computex Taipei 2014
June 3-7, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan 

COMPUTEX TAIPEI has become the largest computer exhibition in Asia and the second largest in the world, next to CeBIT in Germany. Each year, key global businesses come to this event to launch their new products. Since a large portion of the businesses in the world have research and deployment centers or production facilities in Taiwan, this exhibition attracts observers, analysts, and journalists of computer and information industries from all over the world to discover and report the latest technologies, developments, and trends.


Industry Overview

After long-term OEM collaboration with major international manufacturers, Taiwan’s IT industry has transformed from simple manufacture to an industry of global logistics in design and manufacturing. From setting up R&D and technical support centers to global production and operation centers, it’s these companies across the island who have made Taiwan's IT industry a driving force in the world market. Taiwan holds many first places the world, and is way out front in the manufacture of wafers, IC packing, laptops, LCD displays, and data servers.

1. Largest show in Asia, world's leading ICT event, 31th year
2. Taiwan's largest export exhibition, using 5 venues
3. Exhibition with largest number of international buyers (36,000)

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Flash Memory Summit (FMS) 2014
August 5-7, 2014 at Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA

The Flash Memory Summit is the only place where you will hear the people making these products happen! Network with companies and people that will create the next generation of hardware and software at the Flash Memory Summit.


Attendees will come from companies producing Consumer electronics (particularly cell phones, digital cameras, PDAs, e-mail devices, music players, handheld PCs, and videogames).

Attendees will also come from companies specializing in computers, communications, military/ defense systems, industrial and process control, test equipment, and instrumentation.

Attendees will learn about latest developments in flash memory, learn to design with the latest flash chips, find new tools for developing flash applications, hear about the latest market trends, find new ways to replace disks in applications, identify new applications for non-volatile memory, find new methods for reducing power consumption.

Why You Should Attend:

  • Learn about latest developments in flash memory,
  • Learn to design with the latest flash chips,
  • Find new tools for developing flash applications,
  • Hear about the latest market trends
  • Find new ways to replace disks in applications
  • Identify new applications for non-volatile memory
  • Find new methods for reducing power consumption

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Open Server Summit & Open Storage Summit 2014
November 11-13, 2014 in Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA

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Open Server Summit is the only event focused entirely on the $50 billion server market. And it is the first event to deal with “Bringing Servers into the Cloud Computing Era”.
It will cover such key emerging topics as virtualization, cloud computing, green design and energy saving methods, solid state drives, power and cooling, data center strategies, server roadmaps, and application acceleration.


The Open Server Summit focuses on the design of next-generation servers ranging from simple blades to powerful high-end systems. Servers have the primary function of managing data transfers rather than actual computing. They generally operate in large racks in data centers. Problems include load balancing, power dissipation, consolidation, and expansion. Current issues include designing for virtualization and cloud computing, reducing power consumption, managing large numbers of servers (server farms), increasing throughput and performance, and bundling of servers, interfaces, and software into unified architectures. Other issues include the use of advanced interfaces and storage devices such as 10/40/100GbE, InfiniBand, NAS, SAN, and solid state drives.

Why You Should Attend:

  • reduce server costs
  • save space in data centers
  • reduce server power consumption
  • allow for easier expansion of centers
  • simplify maintenance
  • reduce storage costs
  • solve cooling problems in data centers
  • consolidate servers
  • consolidate data centers
  • automate server management
  • reduce administrative overhead
  • identify interoperability issues
  • learn about server standards

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SuperComputing 2014
November 17-20, 2014 in New Orleans, LA

HPC is helping to solve our hardest problems in the world. Innovations from our community have far reaching impact in every corner of science, all the way to investment banking, in the discovery of new drugs, to the precise prediction of the next superstorm. For more than two decades, the SC Conference has been the place to build and share the innovations that are making these life-changing discoveries possible.


In November of 2014, SC is going back to New Orleans with new ideas and a fresh take on HPC. Spotlighting the most original and fascinating scientific and technical applications from around the world, SC14 will once again bring together the HPC community – an unprecedented array of scientists, engineers, researchers, educators, students, programmers, system administrators, and developers – for an exceptional program of technical papers, tutorials, timely research posters, and Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) sessions.


The SC14 Exhibition Hall will feature exhibits of the latest and greatest technologies from industry, academia and government research organizations; many of these technologies will be seen for the first time in New Orleans. Mark your calendar and make your way to New Orleans. No city offers the same extraordinary mix of food, music, culture, and history; and no conference offers a better opportunity to view the why HPC matters.


Join the community in November to share our collective accomplishments and to engage in important conversations of how we make HPC Matter to our lives, our future, our communities and our world.

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