Many of the world's fastest computer systems are PC or workstation
clusters. Numerous research groups in academia, industry, and
government are currently engaged in cluster research, seeking new ways
to advance the state of the art of cluster communication. The goal of
the CAC workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners
working in the areas of communication hardware and software to discuss
their latest findings as well as future trends in the design of
scalable, high-performance, and cost-effective communication
architectures for clusters.
Workshop registration is handled by the IPDPS 2007 conference.
There is a single registration for the conference and all of its 22
workshops. Please visit the IPDPS 2007 Web page for
registration and hotel information.
For more information on CAC 2007 or if you have any questions
please contact the workshop organizers at the e-mail address listed at
the bottom of this page.
Call for Papers
Although the submission deadline has long passed, the following
links will take you to the CAC 2007 CFP: