Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Monday December 03 2007 @ 08:59AM EST views: 706
TotalView Technologies announced that OpenGeoSolutions, a geophysical services company that delivers spectral decomposition, spectral inversion and high-end signal analysis services, has chosen to use its TotalView Debugger to streamline the development of applications built on the company’s OpenSeis processing toolkit.
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Friday November 30 2007 @ 01:34PM EST views: 749
Acceleware Corp., a leading developer of high-performance computing applications, announced that Acceleware has been presented with the “Best New Technology” award by Energy TV’s annual Best of the Best awards.
Posted by: Paulina Czerny on Monday November 26 2007 @ 09:25PM EST views: 1403
The School of Chemistry at the University of Sydney is currently seeking a High Performance Computer Systems Officer to provide system administration for a 600-node cluster serving a number of research groups in Science, Engineering and Pharmacy, and to provide excellent user support to Theoretical Chemistry computational research staff and students.
Posted by: Michael Edwards on Monday November 26 2007 @ 02:00PM EST views: 1228
The team from the University of Alberta took the checkered flag at the first ever Cluster Challenge at SuperComputing 2007. The team was comprised of six student members: Antoine Filion, Paul Greidanus (Student Lead), Gordon Willem Klok, Chris Kuethe, Andrew Nisbet, and Stephen Portillo. Dr Paul Lu, an associate professor from UA’s Department of Computing Science, coached the team.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday November 21 2007 @ 05:12PM EST views: 1022
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Posted by: HP News Dept. on Wednesday November 21 2007 @ 03:22PM EST views: 968
HP announced that it placed two systems in the
top five of the TOP500 Supercomputer list, which catalogs the world’s 500 most
powerful installed technical and commercial computer systems.
Posted by: Bret Stouder on Wednesday November 21 2007 @ 11:39AM EST views: 992
A new high-performance computer cluster at the Center for Nanoscale Materials (CNM) at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory is number 150 on the list of the world's 500 fastest computers. The new cluster, capable of performing up to 12 trillion floating-point operations per second, is currently the fastest computer at Argonne, at least until the IBM Blue Gene/P supercomputer being installed at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility is finished.
Posted by: Laurent Cohen on Thursday November 15 2007 @ 10:47AM EST views: 966
The JPPF team is very pleased to bring many new features, including major performance enhancements, increased administration capabilities and a set of sample applications of JPPF to real-life problems
Posted by: Tim McIntire on Wednesday November 14 2007 @ 04:46PM EST views: 1112
Moab Cluster Suite has been integrated into the Rocks™ cluster distribution to create a Leadership-Class Workload Management and Cluster Deployment combination: Rocks+Moab
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Wednesday November 14 2007 @ 01:10PM EST views: 1156
NVIDIA announced today that the CUDA software environment is now being actively used in parallel programming courses at over 20 universities worldwide with many more currently evaluating NVIDIA’s tools for parallel programming for inclusion in their curriculum.
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Wednesday November 14 2007 @ 01:09PM EST views: 1035
NVIDIA is demonstrating the latest version of its award-winning C-compiler for GPU programming, CUDA™ 1.1, at the SuperComputing 2007 show.
Posted by: Pamela Ingram on Wednesday November 14 2007 @ 12:08PM EST views: 927
London, UK and Supercomputing 2007, Reno, Nevada, USA (14 Nov 2007) – OptimaNumerics, the leading provider of high performance numerical software, today announced that Dr John M Parkinson has been appointed as the Chairman of the Board.
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