March 21, 2011
March 21, 2011 -- The Technical and High Performance Computing Innovation Partner of the Year Award recognizes an ISV or SI partner which enables scientists, engineers and analysts in solving world’s most complex problems through simulation and modeling.
Partners that enable simulation and modeling innovatively in the cloud using Windows HPC Server, burst capability, Windows Azure and Microsoft Parallel Development Platform are encouraged to apply. Successful entrants will showcase innovation, competitive differentiation, and potential impact in solving problems that impact the world and society.
To be eligible for this award, you must be:
· An ISV who has developed a technical computing (data and/or compute intensive modeling & simulation) application that is generally available or is in active development stage and can be demonstrated real time by 05/01/2011
· An SI who has developed a technical computing (data and/or compute intensive modeling & simulation) application or an application framework that is in use at a customer site in production mode or is in active development stage and can be demonstrated real time by 05/01/2011
· Listed as an expert for Microsoft Windows HPC Servers at http://www.microsoft.com/hpc/en/us/partners/find-windows-hpc-expert.aspx#.ptISV
WPC 2011 Award submissions are now open:
The Microsoft WPC Partner Awards submission period runs from March 18, 2011 until April 15, 2011. This year, the Awards program is being enhanced with new categories and awards that give you more opportunities to gain recognition and showcase your company’s groundbreaking customer solutions built on Microsoft technologies.
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