NASHUA, N.H., 27 Jan. 2009Gerald C. Janicki, senior director of business Development at Meggitt Defense Systems, leads a panel of experts on thermal management trends in high-performance computing systems in a webcast titled "Thermal Management: Getting Rid of the Heat."
The webcast is tomorrow, Wednesday, 28 Jan. at 3 pm eastern time. To register go to http://pennwellreg.stream57.com/thermalmanagement/.
Thermal and power management are widely considered to be the crucial link in the ability to embrace high-performance computing technology in military system design. Current and future generation processors create escalating thermal demands on military designers. This webcast, produced by Military & Aerospace Electronics online in Nashua, N.H.,will look at the latest solutions for improving power efficiency through cooling chips and boards as well as thermal issues in aging military platforms.
Joining Janicki on the webcast are Ivan Straznicky, technical fellow at Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing in Leesburg, Va., and Steve Motter, chief technical officer of Aitech Defense Systems in Chatsworth Calif.
Aitech and Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing are also sponsoring the webcast.