Meet Canonical at SC23 | Ubuntu

Meet Canonical at SC23 | Ubuntu

Hot off the airport runway from the Ubuntu Summit in Latvia, the Canonical High-Performance Computing team is heading west to Denver, Colorado for SC23.  If you missed us at ISC23 or PEARC23 this year, now is a great opportunity to meet with the Canonical HPC team to discuss everything HPC and supercomputing.

About SC23

Supercomputing 2023 or SC23 is one of the biggest conferences in the world for HPC and supercomputing. SC23 is held in the United States of America, and will be located in Denver, Colorado this year. SC23 presents a great opportunity to learn about all the latest and cutting edge developments in the HPC ecosystem. Whether it be using RISC-V architecture for new HPC cluster deployments, learning about the best cybersecurity practices for supercomputing, or seeing how HPC sites across the globe are using AI/ML to improve the efficiency of their systems, you can expect to hear about it all at SC23.

Be sure to visit some of our partners’ booths! Nvidia, Intel, and AMD will be attending and demonstrating lots of great content. OEM partners such as HPE, Dell, and Lenovo will demonstrate the latest servers with plenty of Ubuntu-certified options.

Meet our HPC engineering team

Get in touch with our team at SC23 to discuss your challenges and opportunities with our experts. Whether you’re an organisation considering using Ubuntu for your next HPC cluster deployment, a software vendor looking to support Ubuntu in your next release, or a research scientist engineer with some questions about using Ubuntu in your next project, we want to hear from you. You can use the link below to book a meeting with our team.

Book a Meeting

We’ll gladly discuss your needs when it comes to anything Ubuntu, Canonical, or HPC.

Not going to SC23 or want to learn more?

Want to learn more about what we do here at Canonical? Check out some of our content such as our Introductory series to HPC or our Guide to HPC. Want to chat with us to see how Canonical can help you with High-Performance Computing? Contact us now.