2017 Photo Review


Below are some of the photos taken at the 2017 HPC for Wall Street - Cloud & Data Centers Show & Conference, held at the Roosevelt Hotel on April 3, 2017Monday. For copies of the photographs on this 2017 HPC for Wall Street - Cloud & Data Centers Show & Conference Photo Review, orders an be placed with Michelle Farsi Photography. Go to her link and indicate which photographs you wish to order at: http://mfarsi.shootproof.com/hpc. Thank you.



Russell Flagg Welcomes Conference Attendees

Russell Flagg reports on the new FinTech solutions at the show in the conference sessions this year.

Terry Roche of the Tabb Group provided new FinTech information on the Capital Markets adoption of HPC, Ultra High Speed, A.I. and Machine Learning -- NextGen Solutions

Terry Roche covered the Next Generation of FinTech Applications

Laptops, Cellpohne, iPads are the standard for note-taking and connecting to home office and clients

Nextgen FinTech Economy is starting to happen -- Terry Roche and the Tabb Group report.

Screenshots of Power Point slides are now common at our event.

Attendees were from Wall Street and the Capital Markets I.T. organizations

Executives from all over the United States were in attendance

Managing Director, C-Level Executives, Project Manager represent major firms.

Donal Byrne, CEO, Corvil, Dublin, Ireland, a featured speaker on the keynote session

Donal Byrne covered "Exchange Order Response Time" in one of his PP slides

Bishop Brock, Research Staff member, IBM Research, Austin, TX, a featured speaker on the keynote session

Bishop Brock covered IBM's World's fastest A.I. Platform for Enterprise.

IBM Research Team is focused on Machine Learning, A.I., and Deep Learning

Felix Candelario, Global Financial Service Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services (AWS) covered Cloud Computing, Hybrid, Private, Public Cloud.

100% of the Forbes Fintech 50 are committed to cloud systems

Russell Flagg took questions from the audience for the opening session

Registration was active for conference and show registrants from Wall Street.

Free coffee jump started the day

Trend Micro

Cray

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Suse

Chelsio

HGST

Dell EMC

Red Hat

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Suse

International Computer Concepts

Mellanox

Dell EMC

Terasic

iPads to track speaker's presentation and keep tabs of the office and clients

Attendees were from banks, funds, exchanges, brokerage, trading, front- and back-office, data center

This attendee came from London to keep pace with FinTech solutions

NVIDIA

BIOS IT

RYFT

Chelsio

HGST

Dolphin

Terasic

InfoX

Dini

Cray

InfoX / NEC

Dell EMC

RYFT

Open Gear

NVIDIA

Lacee McGee, Sr. Product Manager, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, moderator for keynote session #2 -- "HPC Innovation for the FSI Market"

Lacee McGee covered "HPC Purpose-Built Portfolio of High Performance Computing"

Joseph George, VP, Solutions Strategy, Suse, was an exciting and arresting speaker covering HPC

Robert Geva, Sr. Principal Engineer, Intel, spoke about chip technology and new ways to expand chip memory

Natalie Vassilieva, Sr. Research Manager at Hewlett Packard Labs covered "Fast Monte Carlo to Accelerate Decision Making in Financial Services."

Natalie Vassilieva was a major speaker and contributor to keynote session #2, sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise

NVIDIA

Mellanox

Cray

Commvault

International Computer Concepts

CDW

Suse

BIOS IT

Supermicro

HGST

BIOS IT

Network at the coffee bar

Symbolic 10

Dini Group

CommVault

Trend Micro

Bright Computing

Open Gear

NVIDIA

Hewlett Packard and Intel

The complete conference program

Phillip Filleul, Segment Director Financial Services, Cray Inc., was a featured speaker covering "Stream Everything"

Dean Wampler, Office of the CTO and Big Data Architect, Lightbend, covered Algorithmic Trading -- trading at the speed of light.

Optimizing New Technology featured Joseph George, VP, Suse; Dino Vitale, TD Securities; and Harvey Stein, Head of Quantitative Risk Analytics, Bloomberg

Harvey Stein, Bloomberg -- a great contributor to the program

Dino Vitale, TD Securities, another major contributor to this year's program