Apple SoHo store to hold ‘Xserve G5 for High Performance Computing’ event on April 27

Apple will host a Special Event, “Xserve G5 for High Performance Computing,” at the Apple SoHo store on Wednesday, April 27th, 6 – 8:00pm. Matt MacInnis, Manager, Research Computing for Apple’s Worldwide Science and Technology Markets will lead the presentation.

Xserve G5 and Mac OS X v10.4 “Tiger” provide the ultimate platform for 64-bit high performance computing. Matt MacInnis, Manager for research computing in Apple’s worldwide 0Professional Markets team, will show attendees the merits of the Mac platform, useful third-party applications and successful customers who are using Xserve G5 for high performance computing today. Scientists, engineers, creative professionals and others needing more computational power than their desktops can provide are invited to attend.

Matt MacInnis graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. After working for a number of years in consumer marketing, Matt returned to his technical roots in 2004 and joined Apple’s Worldwide Science and Technology Markets group to grow Apple’s high performance computing business, and manages solutions like the Apple Workgroup Cluster for Bioinformatics.

More information:
http://www.apple.com/retail/soho/week/20050424.html

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