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ActiveGrid releases LAMP App Server
Wednesday August 03 2005 @ 05:31PM EDT views: 70
NetworkWorld: Like many companies, Pfizer’s Global Pharmaceutical Group is focused on creating applications that can be shifted and shared as services to get more out of IT resources, a so-called service oriented architecture. [...]

Voltaire Sets Price/Performance Record for Linux Database Cluster
Wednesday August 03 2005 @ 11:01AM EDT views: 104
Voltaire, the leader in interconnect solutions for high performance grid computing, today announced a new world record result for price/performance for a 3 Terabyte (TB) TPC-H benchmark. The new mark was achieved using the IBM DB2 Integrated Cluster Environment (DB2 ICE) and Voltaire Grid Interconnect solutions and delivered the best price/performance in the 3 TB category. [...]

Massively Parallel Technologies Selects Dell as Vendor of Choice for Biotech VPC
Tuesday August 02 2005 @ 05:07PM EDT views: 93
Massively Parallel Technologies (MPT), a provider of on-demand high-performance computing, announced today that the company has selected Dell Inc. as its hardware provider for its BioTech Virtual Power Center (VPC). [...]

New HPC Dev Kit for AMD Opteron Clusters Includes Compilers/Tools from PathScale & Absoft
Tuesday August 02 2005 @ 04:12PM EDT views: 115
Combined Technologies Offer the Overall Most Cost-Effective and Highest-Performing Suite of Solutions Available for Creating Applications for the AMD64 Environment [...]

Panasas Breaks the Storage Bottleneck...
Tuesday August 02 2005 @ 03:03PM EDT views: 108
Brookhaven National Laboratory improves cluster performance, reliability and scalability with Panasas ActiveScale Storage Cluster [...]

Novell Validates High Performance Computing Stack on Linux
Tuesday August 02 2005 @ 10:52AM EDT views: 95
Novell today announced an integrated, tested and validated solution for high performance computing. Based on the HP BladeSystem solution, SUSETM Linux Enterprise Server from Novell, and additional components from Novell® and HP partners, the solution constitutes the first high performance computing (HPC) offering under Novell's Validated Configuration Program, launched earlier this year. As a result, customers can now to take full advantage of high performance computing on Linux, making it easier to deploy a complex, clustered Linux-based infrastructure with a flexible, fully tested, fully integrated solution backed by Novell and HP. [...]

Eurocopter Deploys Linux Networx Cluster System to Speed Helicopter Design Simulations
Monday August 01 2005 @ 07:57AM EDT views: 107
Linux Networx announced today that The Eurocopter Group, a division of Europe’s leading aeronautical group EADS, has deployed an Evolocity® Linux Networx computing system at its German location. Eurocopter Deutschland GmbH is using the system to perform fluid simulations on helicopters and helicopter subsystems. [...]

Cluster Resources Hosts Exhibit at SCl05
Thursday July 28 2005 @ 01:33PM EDT views: 77
Cluster Resources Technical team will be available at the Supercomputing 2005 conference Nov. in Seattle to answer questions and demonstrate cluster software solutions. [...]

AMD's server share leaps 10 percent mark
Tuesday July 26 2005 @ 11:40AM EDT views: 85
News.com: Advanced Micro Devices claimed 11.2 percent of the market for x86 server chips in the second quarter, a major milestone for the company. [...]

With the AMD Opteron, IFP Optimizes Oil & Gas Exploration
Tuesday July 26 2005 @ 11:15AM EDT views: 110
SuperComputingOnline: AMD announced that IFP has upgraded its supercomputing facilities with an AMD Opteron processor-based cluster to optimize its oil and gas exploration and production R&D chain. IFP is the world’s second largest process licensor in refining and petrochemicals (via its subsidiary Axens) and is an internationally recognized center of excellence in exploration and production. [...]

Bill Gates to Keynote SC|05 Conference
Tuesday July 26 2005 @ 11:02AM EDT views: 93
HPCwire: Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates, one of the most pivotal figures in computing history, will deliver the keynote address on Tuesday, November 15, 8:30 a.m. at the SC|05 Conference in Seattle. [...]

PSSC Labs Delivers GalaxySimulator to Rochester
Monday July 25 2005 @ 06:07PM EDT views: 119
The new PSSC Labs PowerWulf Linux cluster at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) cluster, known as GalaxySimulator, is a perfect example of specialized computing to achieve superior performance. RIT's new cluster has a peak performance of 4.0 Teraflops; placing it as the 60th fastest computer in the world . Amazingly the cluster only contains 64 Intel Xeon � processors. A comparable performance machine on the Top500.org website has nearly 1000 processors. [...]

Streamline delivers the most efficient gigabit cluster in the world
Monday July 25 2005 @ 10:37AM EDT views: 138
Streamline Computing announced the delivery of the world's most efficient Linux gigabit cluster to Nottingham University on behalf of Sun Microsystems. The 1024 CPU 2.2GHz Opteron cluster, based on Sun Microsystems Sunfire V20z compute nodes was officially listed at position 109 in the latest Top500 list released at ISC 2005. The cluster was physically built by Sun Microsystems and handed over to Streamline who installed and configured the highly-tuned operating system and performed the HPL benchmark that placed it in the Top500 listings. An analysis of the list shows the Nottingham University Jupiter system to be the most efficient gigabit cluster in the world, even though it is built using low-cost 48 port stackable switches, based on 3Com's 3780 series. [...]

Dolphin Announces SuperSockets for Linux
Tuesday July 19 2005 @ 05:45PM EDT views: 187
Delivers Record Breaking TCP/IP Performance in Linux. [...]

Dolphin Announces PCI Express SCI Cards
Tuesday July 19 2005 @ 05:10PM EDT views: 150
Dolphin Interconnect announces support for PCI Express with the release of two new SCI adapter cards that deliver a total throughput of 700MBytes per second plus an end-to-end latency of just over one microsecond. [...]

Nallatech collaborates with SGI Inc. on developing FPGA high-performance computing solutions
Tuesday July 19 2005 @ 04:20PM EDT views: 131
Nallatech, the FPGA high-performance computing solutions experts, announced it has entered into a strategic collaborative arrangement with Silicon Graphics, Inc. (NYSE: SGI), to develop new business opportunities within the high-performance computing market. The companies plan to offer new products and services based on SGI’s reconfigurable system technology and Nallatech’s Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) computing technology. Under the arrangement, Nallatech and SGI plan to assess complementary capabilities and integrate, customize and deploy FPGA computing solutions to existing customers and new prospects. [...]

SC|05 Features Record-Breaking Exhibition
Tuesday July 19 2005 @ 03:34PM EDT views: 86
SC|05 attendees will find more space devoted to exhibits than ever before when the exhibition floor opens November 14, 2005 at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center in Seattle. More than 220 exhibitors have signed up for booth space, including more than 20 that are new to the show. [...]

Independent Research Shows 10G Ethernet with TCP Offload Outperforms Infiniband and Myrinet
Tuesday July 19 2005 @ 03:30PM EDT views: 239
Chelsio Communications, Inc., the established leader in 10-Gigabit Ethernet protocol acceleration technology, today announced benchmark results published by The Ohio State University and Los Alamos National Laboratory prove 10GbE with TCP Offload Engine (TOE) outperforms InfiniBand (IBA), Myrinet and standard 10G NICs without TOE in high performance computing applications. [...]

Broadcom to Acquire Siliquent Technologies
Tuesday July 19 2005 @ 03:28PM EDT views: 101
Broadcom Corporation, a global leader in wired and wireless broadband communications semiconductors, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Siliquent Technologies, Inc., a privately-held developer of 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) network interface controllers (NICs) with advanced Ethernet processing technology for server networking, network storage and clustering applications. [...]

Strong Dual-Core AMD Opteron processor sales contributed to an 89 percent revenue increase
Monday July 18 2005 @ 09:59PM EDT views: 112
AMD today reported sales of $1.260 billion and net income of $11 million, amounting to $0.03 per diluted share, for the quarter ended June 26, 2005. [...]

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