September 20, 2016 | Roosevelt Hotel, New York, NY
Next to Grand Central Station on East 45th St and Madison Avenue, Midtown, New York

2016 Photo Review


Below are some of the photos taken at the 2016 High Performance Computing for Wall Street Show and Conference, held at the Roosevelt Hotel on September 20, 2016, Tuesday. 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/gallery/hpc/ or contact Michelle Farsi, our photographer at mfarsi2@mac.com.


The 2015 conference assembled outstanding speakers

The great line-up of speakers and topics -- and hallmark of the 2015 HPC for Wall Street

Included on the program were these speakers: David Malik (Cisco); Nikita Ivanov (GridGain); Brian Oliver (Oracle); Phil Albinus (Editor, Traders Magazine)

Cloud and Big Data are hot topics for Capital Markets because of the substantial budgets required to employ this technology

The conference brings together Captial Markets executives looking to keep pace with rapidly changing technology for data centers, networks, and operational servers

Phil Albinus moderated this important general session on HPC

Univa

Ciara

Cisco's State Suite Exhibit

Cray

Red Hat

IBM

Arista

3M

Inveatech

The 12th Annual HPC provided ample networking opportunities

Suse

Juniper

Red Hat

Hortonworks

Hewlett-Packard

Treats were served on the show floor to keep Capital Market attendees engaged in the exhibits

Micron

Gigamon

Algo-Logic

McObject

Mellanox

CSPI / Myricom Products

Ciara / Orion HF30

CDW

Seagate

Scalable Informatics

Jason Sewell, Parallel Computer Lab Scientist, Intel

Saratoga Speed

CipherTechs and A10

International Computer Concepts

Algo-Logic

Hortonworks

Lenovo

Note-taking in the conference

The conference drew Wall Street IT executives from major Capital Markets firms

Andy Bach, VP & Chief Architect for Financial Services, Juniper Networks

Attendees travelled from Canada and every corner of the United States

New programs and new information on Cloud, Networks, Data Centers was presented for the first time at the Sept 21 conference

Hewlett-Packard

Lenovo

Enyx

Exclusive show viewing times permitted networking conversations on the show floor -- coffee and dessert services was provided during these show breaks

3Forge

CDW

Univa

Ciara

Seagate

Simplivity

Scalable Informatics

Snacks and drinks were freely offered for show-breaks all day

Dini Group

Penguin

Motivair Chilled Door

Chilled Door

Myricom / CSPI

Cray

Mellanox

IBM

HP

Micron

Arista

Juniper Networks

Andrew Sheppard, Adjunct Professor, Baruch College -- Micron

Conference attendees were active through the day with sessions and scheduled breaks in the exhibits

Many attendees took notes on laptops

Speakers were also attendees at others sessions -- to keep pace with what other firms were doing in the marketplace

Phil Albinus, Editor of Traders Magazine, was also taking editorial notes for future issues of his publication

Philip Filleul, Segment Director of Cray, and Steve Yatko, CEO of Oktay Technology covered "HPC Meets Big Data in FS: Why and How"

Gigamon

Exhibitor and attendee interaction

Bittware

Saratoga Speed

A new Apple Watch was a prize for a Passport to Prizes winner, drawn by Russell Flagg

The happy Apple Watch winner was from the firm of Pershing LLC, Jersey City

The prize drawings were the most popular gathering of attendees at the end of the day

The happy winner of another Apple Watch was from the firm of Credit Suisse of New York

The Passport to Prizes was added value of attendees who came for the conference, the show, and networking opportunities

Hewlett-Packard provided a prize-drawing with a New York, financial firm attendee as the winner

Russell Flagg has an animated conversation with an Intel executive

More networking conversations in the exhibits

The Roosevelt Hotel exhibit area encourage networking during the show hours

Hewlett-Packard big data servers, platforms, new ISV, and new storage systems were all shown at the 2015 HPC for Wall Street