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Count on US for November!

Although the volunteers and professional production staff of the SC2001 have been deeply affected by the recent tragic events, we want to assure SC2001 registrants, exhibitors, sponsors and other interested parties that SC2001 will be held in Denver from November 10-16 as planned. We pledge that SC2001 will be a successful and enriching conference, and that it will yield all the rewards originally envisioned--and more.

Over the last few days, we have been in touch with key individuals at national laboratories usually at SC in full force. We are pleased to report that all intend on doing business as normal according to the direction of the President of the United States. Plans for domestic travel have not been restricted and as of today, ALL are planning on attending SC2001 in Denver. Meanwhile, our advance registration for attending SC2001 is the highest ever and appears to be increasing weekly.

For those of you concerned about security, be assured that SC01 will be increasing our surveillance and physical security on-site in Denver to a level that far exceeds our previous security provisions from past conferences.

We will continue to monitor our registration numbers and promise to keep you informed as to the status of our Conference and Exhibition for SC01. We plan on seeing you in Denver in November and are expecting to bring the best possible audience to ensure your success as an exhibitor with SC2001!

Other conference highlights will include a Teleportation technology of the "Beam me up, Scotty" variety, as well as a look at future applications in the entertainment industry entitled "Hollywood and High-Performance Computing."

Sincerely,

Don Collier, DC Expositions, Inc., SC2001 Exhibit Management

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