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Appro Xtreme-X1 gets Intel Cluster Ready Certification
Posted by: Maria McLaughlin on Friday June 06 2008 @ 10:04PM EDT views: 919
Appro Xtreme-X1 Supercomputer Adopts Certification Methodology from Intel Cluster Ready Program.

Appro and XtremeData demo FPGA server Technology
Posted by: Maria McLaughlin on Friday June 06 2008 @ 10:00PM EDT views: 866
Appro HyperServer™ and XtremeData Demonstrate FPGA Parallel Processing Power in Financial Computing Applications.

Major Speed Boost for Multicore HPC Linux Apps
Posted by: Peter Watson on Monday June 02 2008 @ 12:51PM EDT views: 797
New Performance Analysis Technology Breaks the Multicore Performance Barrier; Acumem’s New SlowSpotter™ Tool Reveals the Hidden Performance Bottlenecks in HPC Applications on Multicore Linux/Solaris/x86 Systems.

IBM's ConcurrentTesting for Multi-Threaded, Parallel and Distributed Java Apps
Posted by: Jayne (IBM) on Tuesday May 27 2008 @ 04:59PM EDT views: 608
Improve the quality of testing and decrease development expense by eliminating concurrency-related bugs in parallel and distributed Java programs.

Distributed Image Management for Linux Clusters
Posted by: Jayne (IBM) on Tuesday May 20 2008 @ 04:55PM EDT views: 709
Discover Distributed Image Management for Linux Clusters, a scalable image management tool that allows blades to run a Linux distribution over the network without a local disk. Furthermore, learn how this tool can be used for fast incremental maintenance of images.



ClusterVision to Deliver 17 TeraFLOP Supercomputer to CASPUR (Rome)
Posted by: Matthijs van Leeuwen on Tuesday May 20 2008 @ 11:41AM EDT views: 813
ClusterVision, specialist in high performance compute, storage and database clusters, has been selected by CASPUR (Inter-University Super-Computing Consortium in Rome) as supplier of its new supercomputer. The supercomputer will dramatically increase compute power available to CASPUR's users for research in areas such as Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Finance, Fluid-Dynamics, NanoScience and Physics.

LSU Researcher Develops AmieGold to Allow Faster Access for TeraGrid Users
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday May 19 2008 @ 03:13PM EDT views: 1283
Steven Brandt, a researcher with the LSU Center for Computation & Technology, or CCT, has written a new software package for the TeraGrid. The TeraGrid is distributing Brandt’s software, called AmieGold.

Acceleware Speeds Up Search for Oil & Gas with GPUs
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Tuesday May 13 2008 @ 12:03PM EDT views: 922
Acceleware Corp., a leading developer of high performance computing (HPC) applications, today announced the availability of Acceleware AxKTM, an application library that enables users of 3D Pre-Stack Time Migration solutions to easily access the multi-fold performance benefits of today’s leading GPUs (Graphic Processor Units).

Clustercorp Releases Rocks+ 5.0 with New Features and Updated
Posted by: Tim McIntire on Monday May 12 2008 @ 06:50PM EDT views: 1162
Clustercorp, the leader in commercial software and support for Rocks®, announced the immediate availability of Rocks+ 5.0, which includes Rocks+Support, Rocks+Rolls and Rocks+Moab.

Observe performance with Cluster Monitor
Posted by: Jayne on Tuesday May 06 2008 @ 05:52PM EDT views: 982
Clustering systems provide commands for obtaining statistics; unfortunately, there are often problems compiling and presenting results. Monitor and observe cluster-wide performance in the form of visible graphs with Cluster Monitor, a configurable, fully automated, Web-based tool.

Landmark Introduces Panasas Solutions to Accelerate Seismic-Processing Application Performance
Posted by: cheryl hall on Tuesday May 06 2008 @ 02:26PM EDT views: 1196
New Offering Addresses Need for Powerful Storage Technologies to Process Seismic Data at High Input/Output Level

Acceleware and SPEAG Announce Solution for Testing and Certification of Cellular Handsets
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Tuesday May 06 2008 @ 12:52PM EDT views: 1014
Acceleware Corp., a leading developer of acceleration solutions for high-performance computing applications, in conjunction with Schmid & Partner Engineering AG (SPEAG), announced today that Korea’s Radio Research Laboratory is adopting their combined simulation solution to conduct the testing and certification of all cellular handsets in Korea.

JPPF brings outstanding flexibility in version 1
Posted by: Laurent Cohen on Tuesday May 06 2008 @ 08:56AM EDT views: 806
This release brings major new features, performance improvements and bug fixes.

NVIDIA to Sponsor New Stanford Parallel Computing Research Lab
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Wednesday April 30 2008 @ 12:05PM EDT views: 1049
NVIDIA Corporation has announced that it is a founding member of Stanford University’s new Pervasive Parallelism Lab (PPL). The PPL will develop new techniques, tools, and training materials to allow software engineers to harness the parallelism of the multiple processors that are already available in virtually every new computer.

IU dedicates new resources to support Lustre over wide area networks
Posted by: Daphne Siefert-Herron on Wednesday April 30 2008 @ 10:03AM EDT views: 760
University Information Technology Services (UITS) at Indiana University announced today (April 29) that it has dedicated over 350 terabytes (TB) of new storage platforms to support collaborative research projects mounting the Lustre file system across the TeraGrid network and other national high speed networks.

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