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PathScale InfiniPath™ Infiniband™ Interconnect Achieves Record-Breaking Performance
Tuesday May 17 2005 @ 10:59PM EDT views: 370
The technology momentum continues at PathScale. This week it achieved unprecedented results on industry-standard benchmark tests with its new InfiniPath interconnect, a low-latency cluster interconnect for InfiniBand that plugs into standard HyperTransport technology-based HTX slots on AMD Opteron processor-based servers. InfiniPath has achieved an all time record-low MPI latency of 1.32 microseconds on the standard Ohio State MPI benchmarks. InfiniPath also achieved a peak unidirectional bandwidth of 952 MB/s and achieved half of this peak bandwidth at 385 byte messages (streaming), the best in the industry. Compared to other InfiniBand host channel adapters, InfiniPath delivers two to three times better latency at a comparable price. Organizations using Linux clusters now have a standards-compliant solution that offers both lower latency and higher bandwidth than proprietary interconnects developed in the past. [...]

Scientific Computing Associates offers TCP Linda at no charge to HP Cluster Platforms users
Tuesday May 17 2005 @ 10:30AM EDT views: 253
Scientific Computing Associates, Inc. (SCAI) announced today that it is offering a free perpetual license for a 32-bit four-processor Linux TCP Linda system (for C programs) to users of HP Cluster Platform 3000 and 4000 systems running Linux. TCP Linda has been tested on the HP Cluster Platform 3000 and 4000, part of HP’s Unified Cluster Portfolio. This no-charge offering of TCP Linda provides a fully functional system, available by download from SCAI, which can be used to develop parallel applications using TCP Linda, or to simply explore its use. [...]

PolyServe Software Intergrated into Clustered Enterprise File Services Solution from HP
Tuesday May 17 2005 @ 10:24AM EDT views: 164
PolyServe, Inc. today announced the PolyServe File Serving Solution will be bundled and sold as part of the new HP Enterprise File Services Clustered Gateway. [...]

Reminder: BWBUG Linux Cluster Forum, Tuesday May 17th, Chantilly, Va
Monday May 16 2005 @ 01:13PM EDT views: 145
You still have time to register for the LAMP ( Linux Apache, MySQL and Python (Pearl, PHP) Folks from MySQL and Emic will be providing a powerful story. Please note that the location is in Chantilly, Virginia [...]

Ape computers introduced in the US
Monday May 16 2005 @ 12:06PM EDT views: 188
Ape computers will be introduced in the USA on May 19th and 20th during the meeting "Supercomputer for Science across the Atlantic" that will be held by the Italian Embassy in Washington. [...]

Free HP Linux Cluster Webcast
Friday May 13 2005 @ 11:56AM EDT views: 260
Want to learn more about HP's Unified Cluster Portfolio in the privacy of your home or office cube? Here's your opportunity. [...]

TYAN Dual Core Server Attack
Wednesday May 11 2005 @ 06:53PM EDT views: 698
Today, With the advent of AMD's Dual Core technology, customers are set to realize levels of performance never before seen in server and workstation platforms. To herald the arrival of this incredible technology, Tyan(r) has refreshed two classic server motherboards for dual core readiness: introducing the Thunder K8SD Pro (S2882-D) and Thunder K8QSD Pro (S4882-D). [...]

Liquid Computing secures US$14M in Series A financing
Wednesday May 11 2005 @ 07:55AM EDT views: 302
Start-up lands big financing round to bring new breed of high-performance server to market. [...]

PathScale Joins the OpenIB Alliance
Tuesday May 10 2005 @ 08:15PM EDT views: 225
PathScale's InfiniPath™ interconnect (the industry's lowest latency InfiniBand-compatible cluster interconnect) will be the first OpenIB standards-compliant interconnect that offers both lower latency and higher bandwidth than existing proprietary cluster interconnects... InfiniPath will support the full OpenIB software stack... PathScale Technology Strategist Johann George to serve as a member of the OpenIB Board of Directors... PathScale will be a strong technical voice in the OpenIB initiative and valuable contributor to OpenIB stack functionality and reliability. [...]

University of Chile and University of Buenos Aires Round Out Gelato's Latin American Membership
Monday May 09 2005 @ 05:10PM EDT views: 221
Universidad de Chile and Universidad de Buenos Aires recently became two of the newest members of the Gelato Federation, an international organization dedicated to advancing Linux on Itanium. [...]

Tyan Introduces Multi-purpose High-end Dual AMD Server
Sunday May 08 2005 @ 09:55PM EDT views: 344
Today, Tyan introduced the next generation of multi-purpose high-end dual AMD Opteron(tm) servers in the form of the Thunder K8SE (S2892). [...]

AMD, Tyan and SUSE Set LAN Server Throughput Record
Wednesday May 04 2005 @ 09:03PM EDT views: 393
A series of tests conducted in April at the Neal Nelson & Associates benchmarking laboratory measured a sustained data rate of 6.5 gigabits per second from a single 2U form factor server powered by AMD Opteron(tm) processors. One endurance test ran continuously for 48 hours and transferred over 1,000 terabits (1 petabit) of user data between 96 FTP client machines and the single FTP server. These data rates were achieved with the common IPV4 protocol and standard 1,500 byte packets. [...]

Reminder: Webinar: The Future of HPC - The Rise of Diskless Clusters, May 5th
Tuesday May 03 2005 @ 07:43AM EDT views: 263
Come learn about a trend that is quickly gaining momentum in both technical and commercial high performance computing environments: diskless clusters. Diskless clusters provide potential for significant benefits in reliability, availability and performance. Participate in this informative webinar to:
* Get more information on this key trend in the cluster market
* Learn how shared storage solutions, like those offered by Panasas, can support a diskless design
* Hear from an actual customer who successfully deployed a diskless solution [...]

Cluster 2005 Paper deadline May 14
Monday May 02 2005 @ 07:35AM EDT views: 319
The ICCC website is open for online submissions. Cluster 2005 provides an open forum for researchers, practitioners and users to present and discuss issues, directions, and results that will shape the future of cluster computing. This years event is to be held in and around Boston, MA, USA. See cluster2005.org for more info. [...]

Feedster Deploys Novell's SUSE LINUX to Build for the Future
Thursday April 28 2005 @ 03:20PM EDT views: 694
SUSE LINUX, with the AMD Opteron* Processor, lowers hardware costs and provides high availability and high-performance computing for mission-critical databases [...]

Atipa Technologies Will Ship Dual-Core AMD Opteron-based Servers & Clusters
Thursday April 28 2005 @ 03:10PM EDT views: 1142
Atipa Technologies, a well-recognized manufacturer of high-end, Linux-based servers and clusters for High Performance Computing, announced today that it has been working with AMD to introduce a new line of servers based on their dual-core readiness. Featuring Dual-Core AMD Opteron processors, Atipa Technologies will ship servers and Linux-based clusters from 1U to 5U platforms at introduction. Whether they’re used for research in oil exploration, nuclear modeling, graphics rendering, financial market prediction, weather simulations or genetic modeling, users can expect to see industry-leading performance gains from this advance in technology. [...]

New Deskside Silicon Graphics Prism System Offers Double the Memory of IBM and HP Systems
Thursday April 28 2005 @ 02:48PM EDT views: 373
Starting Under $8,500, New Visualization System Arms Linux Users with Twice the Data Size to Tackle Today's Complex Problems [...]

SC05 conference extends deadline for submitting papers, proposals
Thursday April 28 2005 @ 02:45PM EDT views: 203
Submissions are now being accepted for all aspects of the technical and education programs and initiatives for SC|05, the international conference for high performance networking, computing, and storage. [...]

Grids get down to business
Thursday April 28 2005 @ 02:42PM EDT views: 159
News.com: Two initiatives in the coming weeks will seek to make computing grids, where far-flung computers act as a single machine, more widespread in the business world. [...]

House approves supercomputing bill
Thursday April 28 2005 @ 02:40PM EDT views: 161
News.com: The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday voted to expand a federal program created in 1991 in hopes of bolstering supercomputing and speedier networks. The bill requires multiple federal agencies to shift grants toward "basic research and education in all aspects of high-performance computing and networking" and requires the executive branch to select "grand challenges" that should be addressed by the government. [...]

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