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Really Big Things
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Thursday August 28 2008 @ 04:31PM EDT views: 1164
Linux Magazine: How does one manage really big clusters? Perhaps nature can give us a clue.

NVIDIA Achieves Monumental Folding@Home Milestone with CUDA
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Tuesday August 26 2008 @ 12:53PM EDT views: 1502
NVIDIA GPUs are contributing over 1 petaflop of processing power to Stanford University’s Folding@Home distributed computing application, putting NVIDIA in the top spot of the application’s total processing power.

Acceleware and CST Announce Faster Electromagnetic Simulations with NVIDIA’s CUDA
Posted by: Charlee Forbrigger on Monday August 25 2008 @ 05:06PM EDT views: 1127
CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® Users Can Gain up to 40% Performance Improvements for Electromagnetic Simulations with Acceleware’s Next Generation of Software Acceleration Products

NVIDIA CUDA 2.0 Released to Production
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Friday August 22 2008 @ 01:26PM EDT views: 1125
NVIDIA announced the production release of CUDA 2.0, the latest version of its award-winning C language programming environment for GPUs.

How Do You Cram a Black Hole into a GPU? Find Out at NVISION 08
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Thursday August 21 2008 @ 01:25PM EDT views: 1122
NVIDIA announced that it will be holding a CUDA Developer Conference for software developers during NVISION 08 visual computing conference, taking place August 25-27 in San Jose, CA.

OptimaNumerics partners with NVIDIA to support NVIDIA Tesla GPU Platform
Posted by: Pamela Ingram on Thursday August 21 2008 @ 10:52AM EDT views: 1013
London, UK (21 August 2008) - OptimaNumerics, the leading provider of high performance numerical software, today announces support for the NVIDIA(R) Tesla(TM) GPU platform.

TotalView Technologies Partners with EU Educational Software Distributor and Training Provider
Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Tuesday August 19 2008 @ 09:34AM EDT views: 1383
SciWorks Technologies to Distribute TotalView Products to Higher Education Market in Europe.

Platform Computing Announces VM Orchestrator 4
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday August 13 2008 @ 01:36PM EDT views: 1060
Latest Release of Automated VM Delivery and Management Product Helps Enterprises Maximize Value from Virtualization

The Secret Lives of Supercomputers
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday August 13 2008 @ 01:31PM EDT views: 1258
TechNewsWorld: Supercomputers able to carry out enormous amounts of calculations per second have long been tied to some rather heady tasks -- playing humans in chess and modeling genomes, for instance. But as costs have fallen, businesses and government organizations have turned to supercomputers to solve all sorts of practical problems, from evaluating nuclear warheads without detonating them to designing the perfect potato chip.

SGI Altix Blade Servers Earn Rare Industry Certification for Energy Efficiency
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday August 13 2008 @ 01:26PM EDT views: 1087
SGI First to Ship 80 PLUS-Certified Single-Output Power Supplies, Allowing Customers to Reduce Energy, Cooling Costs

Cluster Resources’ Moab Enables DoD Cloud Computing Initiative
Posted by: Cindi Smith on Monday August 11 2008 @ 08:10PM EDT views: 1683
Cluster Resources is working with HP to deliver a next-generation cloud computing platform to the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), part of the U.S. Department of Defense, using Cluster Resources’ Moab® software to intelligently adapt, manage and optimize the cloud computing resources.

IBM Contributes Key Open-Source Code for Linux Supercomputers
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday August 11 2008 @ 07:14PM EDT views: 1840
Company's First Certified Open-Source Stack Enables Heavy-Duty Clusters.
IBM released its first certified package of open-source software for supercomputers based on Linux. The IBM HPC Open Software Stack is designed to make clusters more productive and easier to manage.

HP Sees Potential in HPC
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday August 11 2008 @ 05:16PM EDT views: 988
CXOtoday: HP is banking on high-performance computing (HPC) to increase its foothold in fast growing segments such as oil & gas, automotive design, digital content creation and financial services. These are computing-intensive segments that require faster, more intense and reliable computing that commercial applications may not be able to cater to, entirely on their own.

Criterion HPS Delivers The Cube(TM) C-5R Ruggedized Appliance
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday August 05 2008 @ 02:23PM EDT views: 1169
Criterion HPS today announced the availability of The Cube(TM) C-5R Ruggedized Appliance.

Planners' heads are in the clouds
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday August 04 2008 @ 01:55PM EDT views: 950
EETimes: Everyone talks about the weather, but the organizers of the Beijing Olympics are doing something about it.

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