ACM Vendor List

Our vendor list represents companies ACM has done business with. We cannot warranty or guarantee their work, but believe them to be reputable and honest in their business relationships.

Service Company Contact

 

Audio Visual

 
 
CEAVCO
email: solutions@ceavco.com
phone: 303-539-3500
website: ceavco.com
Gateway Production Services
email: info@gatewayproductionservices.com
phone: 605-366-3944
website: gatewayproductionservices.com
Presentation Technologies
Michael Dowling
email: mdowling@pres-tech.net
phone: 908-453-2400
website: pres-tech.net

Badges

Conference Badge
email: info@conferencebadge.com
website: conferencebadge.com
Pricing: Print Your Own (.25 per badge)
Printed & Assembled in Holders (1.79 per badge +.99 per lanyard)
Discounts for events with 400+ attendees

Cart/Captioning

 
American Sign Language Services
email: orders@alsglobal.net
phone: 800-951-5020
website: alsglobal.net
Brewer & Darrenougue
email: info@quicktext.com
website: quicktext.com
Deaf Talk-Sign Language Interpreting Services
email: requests@deaftalkllc.com
phone: 321-352-7778
website: dealftalkllc.com

Childcare

KiddieCorp
email: info@kiddiecorp.com
phone: 800-942-9947 
website: kiddiecorp.com

Conference Management 

Executivevents
email: dbartlett@executivevents.com
phone: 888-254-9128
website: executivevents.com
CTE Conference Technology Enhancements. Inc
email: info@cteusa.com
phone: 847-957-4200
website: cteusa.com

Conference Management 

(Australia)

ICE Australia International Conferences & Events
email: info@iceaustralia.com
website: iceaustralia.com

 

Promotional Items

 
HM Marketing
email: howie@hmmarketingonline.com
phone: 732-661-9797
website: www.hmmarketingonline.com
Brown & Bigelow
email: fkargbo@brownandbigelow.com
phone: 631-242-3450
website: brownandbigelow.com
Bluestone Marketing
email: sales@aiabluestone.com
phone: 303-527-0900
website: aiabluestone.com

Registration

(Onsite Management)

Executivevents
email: dbartlett@executivevents.com
phone: 888-254-9128
website: executivevents.com

 

ACM Case Studies

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Prediction-Serving Systems

ACM Queue’s “Research for Practice” is your number one resource for keeping up with emerging developments in the world of theory and applying them to the challenges you face on a daily basis. In this installment, Dan Crankshaw and Joey Gonzalez provide an overview of machine learning server systems. What happens when we wish to actually deploy a machine learning model to production, and how do we serve predictions with high accuracy and high computational efficiency? Dan and Joey’s curated research selection presents cutting-edge techniques spanning database-level integration, video processing, and prediction middleware. Given the explosion of interest in machine learning and its increasing impact on seemingly every application vertical, it's possible that systems such as these will become as commonplace as relational databases are today.