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2014 Photo Review


Below are some of the photos taken at the 2014 High Performance Computing for Wall Street Show and Conference, held at the Roosevelt Hotel on Sept 22, 2014, Monday. If you would like to view the full set of photos taken, or purchase any of the photos from this event, please visit http://mfarsi.shootproof.com/HPCforWallSt2014 or contact Michelle Farsi, our photographer at mfarsi2@mac.com.


Russell Flagg Welcome

Opening Session -- 'Evolutionof HP Fabrics', Paul Jameson, Cisco, Moderator

Top Areas of Technology Focus

Cell phone technology for Opening Session Record Keeping

David Malik, Cisco, Featured Speaker on Opening Session

Laptop Technology for note taking at Opening Session

Wall Street IT executives assembled for the full day program

Cisco assembled an outstanding panel of financial technology speakers

Wall STreet and global financial executives came from the United States, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Italy, UK, Hong Kong, France, China, Israel, Senegal, Mexico, among other international financial centers

Prize Drawings were offered by exhibitors and conference management

Apple Mini iPads were active for note taking and keeping up with email messaging

Distinguished panelists all participated in the presentation and Q and A sessions

The Roosevelt Hotel Grand Ballroom is a marvelous old world conference ballroom for our 11th Annual event

600 Wall Street and global financial IT executives were in attendance Sept 22.

Feedback from attendees gave high marks for this outstanding program

This was great interaction and networking with all of the conference and show attendees.

A jam packed program that required extensive note taking.

Technologists and code writers were in attendance at our 11th Annual

Paul Jameson was a master moderator and speaker for this Cisco session

Question & Answer opportunity at the conclusion of the session

Registration Badges from major financial firms throughout the United States and international markets

IBM and David Weber were major participants of the show and conference

Violin Memory

CDW and Red Hat

Altera

Univa

BittWare

Pluribus Networks

IBM

Panasas

Basho

A10

Seagate

CDW

Interface Masters

Quanta

Hewlett-Packard

Panasas

Scaleout Software

A10

Dini Group

Penguin

Cisco

Mellanox

Myricom

AHA

BittWare

Aerospike

Arista

NovaSparks

3M

Basho

CommVault

Fiberblaze

Basho speaker of the program in a code writing session, Tyler Hannan

Algo Logic

Ciara

IBM

Aerospike

Violin Memory

Arista

Gigamon

Penguin

Gigamon

CDW

Chelsio

Altera / Nallatech

Seagate

Univa

Myricom

Asetek

Asetek / Cray

INVEA-TECH, a Czech Republic exhibitor

BittWare

Oracle's new chip

GridGain

CommVault

Oracle

Fiberblaze

Session 2, General Session, HPC Code Writing, Jeffrey Birnbaum, Moderator

Wall Street attendees back in session

A project manager for software code writing.

A distinguished panel on HPC code writing

The panel included Mr. Moiz Kohari of the London Stock Exchange

Brian Bulkowski, CEO and founder of Aerospike was featured on this panel

A rapt audience for the HPC code writing session

The code writing was most appreciated by Wall Street IT audience

Conference attendees planned their program for the day

Wall Street business managers were active participants in the entire day's event

Audience focus was in evidence for the entire program

A lively Q and A exchange at the conclusion of Session 2 -- HPC Code Writing

The speakers took questions after Session 2 concluded

Racklive / Intel

A buffet luncheon was served at noon in the Terrace Room of the hotel

The luncheon speaker, from IEX Group, a major company featured in Michael Lewis' book, "Flash Boys."

John Ramsay, Chief Market Policy & Regulatory Officer, IEX, was the featured speaker at lunch

Dessert was served in the exhibit hall

Nallatech / Altera

Dini / Big FPGA Boards

Quanta

More Dessert Service

The Oracle New York team introducing their newest chip

Phil Albinus -- Moderator and Editor, Traders Magazine, opened the afternoon session on Big Data

Major Wall STreet firms were represented on the Big Data session-- Morgan Stanley, Bloomberg, World Quant, among others

Putting data driven programs to work for HPC trading and operational analytics was covered in this Big Data session

Wall Street investment professionals were in attendance

Programmers and code writers were also in attendance

Big Data and High Performance Computing are important topics

A wide range of experience and management was represented at the 2014 conference

Basho was a speaker and exhibitor

Planning the sessions to attend

Kaazing was a speaker on the program

Note taking on the Apple iPad

Algo Logic

INVEA-TECH

CDW

Penguin

Altera / Nallatech

Coffee and beverage service during the exclusive viewing time in the exhibits

Scaleout Software

Colfax International

HPC Architecture panel with Jeffrey Kutler, Moderator and Editor-in-Chief, GARP Risk Professionals

Vamsi Chemitiganti, Red Hat, was an excellent presenter

Tyler Hannan of Basho was the featured speaker on a code writing session

Olivier Baetz, of Nova Spark, gave an insightful presentation--very well received

Mike Beller, CTO Tradeworx, was an important speaker on this session

Tyler Hannan, Basho explains Riak database programming

Basho's code writing session was extremely well received

Mellanox

INVEA-TECH

Jeffrey Birnbaum visits Interface Masters

Gigamon Riverbed

Cisco's State Suite Conference Suite

Panasas

Violin Memory

IBM

GridGain

IBM

Russell Flagg Prize Drawings at 3:45, prior to the show close

The Hewlett-Packard Prize Winner
The H-P Winner
The Dr. Dre Headphone Winner

The iPad Mini Winner

Dave Weber of IBM moderates Session 7 -- Big Data and Data Center Efficiency

Dave Weber and his outstanding panel were the last session of the day, and the session was packed

Conference registrants were still focused after a full day of conference sessions

Panel speakers represented an outstanding list of firms-- IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Oracle, Intel, Arista Networks

Low Latency, Big Data, Network Systems, and Total Cost of Ownership were hot topics

The conlusion of a great conference