International Supercomputing Expo is Coming — Bright Computing Unveils its Plans


By Bright Staff | Jun 13, 2016 12:30:00 AM | OpenStack, HPC, Big Data



Monday June 13, 2016 - Amsterdam, Netherlands – Today, Bright Computing, the leading independent provider of management software for high performance computing (HPC) clusters, big data clusters, and OpenStack clouds, announced that the company will be exhibiting and presenting at International Supercomputing High Performance Expo (ISC), taking place June 20 to 22, in Frankfurt Germany.

The ISC High Performance Expo features the largest collection of HPC vendors, universities, and research organizations annually assembled in Europe. Together, they represent a level of innovation, diversity and creativity that are the hallmarks of the global HPC community. Having them all available on the same exhibition floor presents a unique opportunity for users to survey the HPC landscape and for vendors to display their latest and greatest wares.

Bright Computing is a proud sponsor of ISC, and will exhibit at booth #1120.  Bright Computing’s recently appointed Silicon Valley-based management team, including CEO Bill Wagner and SVP Worldwide Sales Dan Kuczkowski, will be at the Bright booth, as well as Bright’s leading technical experts, giving booth visitors the opportunity to hear about Bright’s corporate strategy, the company’s latest product developments, and gain insight into the Bright roadmap.  

On June 21, 11:00am — 11:20am local time, Martijn de Vries, CTO at Bright Computing will present in Exhibitor Forum 02. The presentation will address "Emerging Delivery Models for HPC".

On June 21, from 4.00pm onwards, Bright will host its customary “Beers on Bright”; a social occasion on the Bright booth #1120. This networking event will give industry peers and Bright customers and partners the opportunity to network in a social environment.

To learn more about Bright’s plans for ISC, or to schedule a meeting, please contact


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