Team That Built Convex To Unveil New Venture at SC08 Conference

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Executives from Convey Computerâ„¢ and Customer UCSD Available for Media Interviews on New Company and Breakthrough Technologies

A media alert for reporters and analysts attending SC08 in Austin, Texas, November 17-21, 2008.

Convey Computer Corporation will officially launch the company November 17 at SC08 with the introduction of its line of new servers. These servers will bring power, performance and application "personalities" to high-performance computing (HPC) environments and turn industry-standard x86 clusters into high achieving, yet energy efficient computing machines.

Brought to the industry by the executive and design teams that built Convex Computer Corporation, Convey shatters the HPC industry's power, performance and programmability barriers--in an elegant and efficient way.

Convey received $15.1 million in venture funding in 2007 from investors CenterPoint Ventures, Intel Capital, InterWest Partners, Rho Ventures and Xilinx.

Bruce Toal, CEO, Convey Computer; Steve Wallach, Chief Scientist, Convey Computer and this year's IEEE Seymour Cray Award winner; and Tom DeFanti, Principal Investigator, GreenLight Project and Senior Research Scientist at the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2)−a partnership between the University of California, San Diego and UC Irvine; will be available for pre-arranged media interviews about the company and its breakthrough technologies at the conference.

Nov. 17-19, 2008

Booth 1753, or other location if desired

Cynthia Stine, 214-458-2012,

Convey Computer is a trademark of Convey Computer Corporation.


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