S3 News & Events - Event Roundup
This years’ S3 Xpo was hosted at Wembley Stadium situated in west London, the home of British football in the heart of England and attracted 50+ delegates. The venue offered stunning views of the stadium with a floor to ceiling window wall overlooking the stadium pitch.
For the 9th year S3 hosted their annual Life Science and Research seminar. The event was hosted at the Hilton Cambridge City Centre Hotel.
For the 7th year S3 hosted their annual Life Science and Research seminar. The event was hosted at the Hilton Cambridge City Centre Hotel.
This year we hosted our 8th Annual XPO at Mercedes Benz World, located on the historic Brooklands motor racing circuit at Weybridge in Surrey. For this year’s XPO we decided to focus on the challenges of data growth with a theme of ‘doing more with less’.
In February 2014, S3 hosted their annual Life Science and Research Seminar at The DoubleTree Hilton in Cambridge. The event was sponsored by the industry’s leading vendors such as EMC, CommVault and HDS, as well as emerging technologies such as Pure Storage.
IWM Duxford hosted S3’s Active Archive Seminar within the famous grounds of the former First and Second World War airfield.
S3’s 5th Annual ‘Managing Data Growth in Life Sciences’ Seminar was a roaring success with a new format and location it proved to be the most successful seminar yet.
At this years’ IP Expo S3 demonstrated a live IT ecosystem, fully virtualised from application, server, network and right through to the storage infrastructure in partnership with Nexsan, Oxygen Cloud, Tintri, Veeam and Xsigo Systems.
S3 and its partners – VMware, Veeam, Xsigo Systems and EMC invited our customers and prospects to Old Trafford to show how virtualisation is much more than you have been led to believe.
Thursday 29th March 2012 saw S3 exhibit at the second annual symposium on the future of bioinformatics, following on from 2011’s successful event.
At the 4th Annual “Managing Data Growth in Life Sciences Seminar” there were presentations from the IT industry’s mainstream vendors as well as an end user focused panel session on cloud adoption led by the Sanger Institute and the University of Dundee.
Over two days, the 3rd Annual Next Generation Sequencing Congress attracted over 250 experts from both academia and pharma senior practitioners, working in all aspects of next generation sequencing including analytical genomics, computational biology, oncology, RNA profiling, molecular genomics, microbiology, nutrition, biomarkers, bioinformatics, data management and clinical & diagnostics development from Europe and America.