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FAI 2.4, Fully Automatic Installation
Posted by Kenneth Farmer (Monday March 10 2003 @ 09:46PM EST) views: 4
The new version 2.4 of FAI, the Fully Automatic Installation for Debian is released. FAI is a scalable method for installing and updating a Beowulf cluster or a network of workstations unattended with little effort involved. [...]
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PR: Craig's Planet Ltd, UK - Bespoke cluster services
Posted by Kenneth Farmer (Monday March 10 2003 @ 09:44PM EST) views: 1
Dipping your toe in cluster computing ? Entry level 8 node micro-clusters from £6550 + vat including everything you need, built, installed, configured and delivered. [...]
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IBM Grid Computing Resources
Posted by Kenneth Farmer (Monday March 10 2003 @ 09:39PM EST) views: 8
IBM has released several new Grid computing resources, which include Grid tools, articles, and a tutorial. Click the details button for a list of links. [...]
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Axceleon Launches Academic High-Performance Grid Computing Package
Posted by Jacob Webb (Sunday March 09 2003 @ 08:15PM EST) views: 5
Axceleon, leaders in computational grid software, announced today that it is offering special pricing to the academic community, offering terrific discount. [...]
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Sandia Purchases Max-T's InfinARRAY for its Top-Ranking Supercomputing Cluster
Posted by steve thomsen (Wednesday March 05 2003 @ 07:41PM EST) views: 19
MONTREAL, March 03, 2003 -- Maximum Throughput Inc. (www.max-t.com), a developer and provider of high-performance, enterprise-class networked storage solutions, announced today that Sandia National Laboratories has purchased an InfinARRAY single-image distributed filesystem for its Vplant supercomputing [...]
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The Iquirer: Xeon-Linux whitebox blades make their debut
Posted by Kenneth Farmer (Tuesday March 04 2003 @ 05:50PM EST) views: 15
A FEW WEEKS back we mentioned that Whitebox blade servers could be expected some time later this year and that they would put the big manufacturers under further pressure. [...]
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Feature: Review of The Business and Economics of Linux and Open Source, by Martin Fink
Posted by Terry Shannon (Tuesday March 04 2003 @ 11:19AM EST) views: 9
Is the Linux operating system ready for the enterprise? That’s a good question, and one which author Martin Fink, General Manager for Hewlett-Packard’s Linux Systems Division, takes nearly 240 pages to answer in his new book, “The Business and Economics of Linux and Open Source.” [...]
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PR: Axceleon Releases EnFuzion 7.2, Delivering Ease-of-Use and Affordability
Posted by Jacob Webb (Monday March 03 2003 @ 04:47PM EST) views: 13
EnFuzion 7.2 delivers several new features for computational grid computing [...]
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PR: Linux Networx Asia and DigiGenomics Penetrate Biotech Market
Posted by Kenneth Farmer (Wednesday February 26 2003 @ 01:22PM EST) views: 12
SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 26, 2003 - Linux Networx Asia, K.K. announced today an international distribution agreement has been signed with Taiwan-based DigiGenomics Co., Ltd. DigiGenomics, a leading supplier to the bioinformatics industry in Taiwan, is the first new distributor to be announced in Asia since the formation of Linux Networx Asia in December 2002. [...]
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PR: Linux Networx Cluster Used to Investigate Iceland's Weather and Geothermal Energy Sources
Posted by Kenneth Farmer (Wednesday February 26 2003 @ 12:25PM EST) views: 9
Salt Lake City, Feb. 26, 2003 - Linux Networx announced today the Icelandic Energy Authority (IEA), in conjunction with Iceland's Institute for Meteorological Research (IMR), is using an Intel(R)-based Linux Networx cluster to boost its computing performance for 3D simulations of geothermal reservoirs and Icelandic climate conditions. With these capabilities, the IEA and IMR can accurately determine where geothermal power plants should be built and investigate the cause for disruptive weather events such as heavy precipitation and strong windstorms. [...]
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The Inquirer: Sun, Torvalds, AMD and phlegm
Posted by Ken Farmer (Wednesday February 26 2003 @ 09:02AM EST) views: 17
DID YOU KNOW that your buddies over at Sun, even though they like to threaten you with legal action if you post server roadmaps are still fond enough of you to use your articles as references to spread FUD about how rosy the future of the UltraSPARC is in comparison to the Itanium? [...]
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Streamline Computing Release 64-bit Parallel Debugger
Posted by David Lecomber (Sunday February 23 2003 @ 02:38PM EST) views: 14
UK clustering specialist Streamline Computing announces the simultaneous release of DDT, the Distributed Debugging Tool, for 64-bit AMD Opteron, Intel Itanium-2 and Sunfire systems. [...]
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LinuxPlanet: IBM, HP, Sun--Dueling Approaches to 'Linux on RISC'
Posted by Allen (Friday February 21 2003 @ 09:43AM EST) views: 11
IBM's RISC-based iSeries and pSeries servers are now available pre-installed with Linux. Sun's been taking limited steps toward Linux on RISC, by adding Linux APIs to Solaris. HP's RISC servers, on the other hand, don't run Linux at all. So what are the rationales behind these disparate approaches? [...]
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HP Itanium 2-based solution becomes the foundation of Samsung Group's computing strategy
Posted by Sam (Friday February 21 2003 @ 01:04AM EST) views: 11
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Korea acquires the latest technology and commercializes it for a variety of markets, such as energy and biotechnology. SAIT also sets long-term and midterm technology strategies and provides MIS services for Samsung Group. To advance its capabilities in the area of grid computing, SAIT is creating a supercomputing environment using 16 HP rx2600 servers based on the Itanium 2 processor. [...]
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NewsFactor: Is There Demand for On-Demand Supercomputing?
Posted by Joy Simmons (Thursday February 20 2003 @ 08:31AM EST) views: 14
Many companies may find it less risky to rent computing time than to place long-term bets on a specific operating system and platform by purchasing systems. [...]
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