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iSGTW Images of the week: Scenes from SC'07

Images of the week - Scenes from SC07

Pumping at the pinnacle of energy, innovation and computing power, SC07 is serving up the latest and greatest in IT to a record crowd this week in Reno, Nevada.
Image courtesy of Douglas Mansell
The Stony Brook University team are all smiles just prior to beginning their 44-hour race against the clock and five other undergraduate teams as part of the Cluster Challenge.
Image courtesy of Douglas Mansell
The Enabling Grids for E-sciencE stand showcases the achievements of EGEE, a project which brings together partners from 45 countries to create a grid strongly focused on interoperability and accessibility.
Image courtesy of Jerry Newton Photography
The Fermilab team, members of Open Science Grid, are demonstrating high bandwidth Tier-1 to Tier-2 LHC data transmission. The OSG duck can be found on OSG member stands throughout the exhibition.
Image courtesy of John Urish
Projects including AstroGrid, OMII, National Grid Service, NaCTeM, the London e-Science Centre and GridPP are highlighted at the UK pavilion. GridPP are showcasing their innovative real-time grid monitor, for tracking the WLCG.
Image courtesy of
Jerry Newton Photography
TeraGrid are promoting their achievements in e-science with the launch of their 2007 Science Highlights booklet, an indepth look at cutting edge scientific results produced using TeraGrid resources.
Image courtesy of
Jerry Newton Photography

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