The 11th Annual SGI User Group (SGIUG) Conference was held in San Diego, CA from April 30 - May 2, 2013. Find out more information by following the links to the right.SGIUG 2012
The 10th Annual SGI User Group (SGIUG) Conference was held in Orlando, Florida, April 17-19, 2012.
The SGI User Group is celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2012. We began meeting ten years ago in Orlando with Walt Brooks of NASA Ames as our President. A lot has happened in all these years, both with the SGI User Group and with SGI. For the last 2 plus years, SGI has taken a more supportive role in working with the user group. We appreciate their positive interest in advancing the work of the user group and growing its membership by giving added value to being a member.DMF Users Group Meeting - Australia
The last DMFUG meeting was held in Canberra, Austrailia on December 4,5 2012. The next meeting will be in Perth, Australia in Nov-Dec 2013. DMF is growing in Australia - the Australian National University, which operates the National Facility has installed a large system in the last year, and the Pawsey Centre has selected SGI to provide the HSM solution. Learn MoreMembership Information
SGIUG Membership is free and is available to anyone who owns or uses SGI hardware or software, or who is an SGI business partner. SGIUG membership includes discounts in technical conference registration fees, access to papers presented at SGIUG conferences and to SGI white papers posted to their corporate web site at www.sgi.com. Members will get early notice of upcoming webinars and other SGIUG activities. More information will be posted soon on this site regarding how the members discounts will work, and we are sure you are going to like it.
To become a member of the SGI User Group, register for free at our registration page.
Questions and requests, contact Gary Jensen, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-400-5050
The SGI User Group (SGIUG) is an independent, worldwide community focused on sharing information and improving the technical productivity of SGI® high-performance computing, data storage, and visualization systems.
The user group is open to all. We welcome new members, suggestions for activities, and volunteersto organize the user group. This new user group spotlights both the Linux® and IRIX® operating systems, creating a technical community for all SGI customers.
The SGI User Group is an ideal way to access tutorials and future plans from SGI and to have discussions with other users that will help you get more from your investment in SGI. This user group has a close relationship with SGI to ensure its success.
Overall mission of SGIUG is to serve as an open forum to foster exchange of ideas and and methodologies among computer scientists, researcher and engineers.The goal is:
- to seek input from the entire high-end modeling, simulation and data mining community
- to bring together experts for sharing best practice, tips, techniques and ideas on the use of various high-performance technologies
- to meet other customers, collaborators, vendors
- to learn about new products
- to discover novel and innovative strategies/solutions
- to expose issues and limitations concerning SGI and third-party vendors
- to leverage the collective power to influence SGI and third-party vendors (COM)