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SGI Attacks Mid-range Market with Aggressively Priced Server and Storage Offerings
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Monday July 11 2005 @ 06:54PM EDT views: 193
As more high-performance computing (HPC) users flee costly proprietary solutions for those based on industry-standard technologies, Silicon Graphics (NYSE: SGI) today unveiled rack-mounted servers and storage systems with its lowest-ever price tag and easily scalable form factor. The powerful new combination enables SGI to bring its acclaimed application performance advantages to more users than ever before. [...]

SGI Drives Down Price of Acclaimed Server, Storage and Visualization Solutions
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Monday July 11 2005 @ 06:51PM EDT views: 166
With today's unveiling of new rack-mounted SGI(r) Altix(r) 330 server and SGI(r) InfiniteStorage S330 storage array, Silicon Graphics (NYSE: SGI) also today announced it has successfully driven the price of its acclaimed high-performance server, visualization and storage solutions to unprecedented price points. The culmination of numerous aggressive product announcements since January, SGI today presents a complete portfolio of award-winning products made affordable for companies, research institutions, universities, and government users seeking departmental or workgroup server, storage and visualization solutions. [...]

Intel tweaks Pentium D for servers
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Friday July 08 2005 @ 08:03PM EDT views: 318
News.com: Intel is gearing up to debut its first ever dual-core processor for servers, and CNET News.com has learned it's a Pentium. [...]

Exciting news regarding the next BWBUG meeting Tues the 12th in Washington DC
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Friday July 08 2005 @ 04:31PM EDT views: 135
The next meeting date will be at a new location. Tuesday July 12th the time will be 2:00 to 5:00 PM at 2025 M Street NW Washington DC 20036 and will feature a series of technical briefings featuring Greg Lindalh Distinguished Engineer and Founder at PathScale. Greg is one of the most sought-after speakers on HPC. Greg will also speak about the new Dual Core Opteron Processor. This will be the seventh event in a series of what we describe as "THE LINUX CLUSTER FORUM" which will focus on complete Linux Cluster solutions for mission critical applications and production research. [...]

Momentum For Power Architecture Technology Accelerates In Japan
Posted by: Jessica on Friday July 08 2005 @ 09:49AM EDT views: 214
Power.org announces new members at Tokyo Forum; IBM Details Initiatives, Unveils New Power Products. [...]

Intel's Dual-Core Servers Prepare for Their Close-Up
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday July 07 2005 @ 10:26PM EDT views: 140
eWeek: Intel Corp. will mark July 2005 as its entry into the dual-core processor server age. [...]

Computational Resource Exchanges Exceeds One Million CPU Hours Per Month
Posted by: Erik Weaver on Thursday July 07 2005 @ 12:55PM EDT views: 184
Digital Ribbon, Inc., with its sights becoming the world's leading exchange for high performance computational resources, recently added a high speed 97 node Beowulf cluster at the University of Central Florida Institute for Simulation and training (IST) to its stable of potential resources. This addition brings Digital Ribbon total capacity to more than 1,030,000 CPU hours per month at the market rate of around $.60 cents per hour. [...]

DataSynapse Grid Server Virtual Enterprise Edition to be Offered with HP Linux-based Clusters
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday July 07 2005 @ 11:46AM EDT views: 147
DataSynapse, Inc., the fastest-growing provider of grid computing solutions for the virtual enterprise, today announced that its DataSynapse GridServer Virtual Enterprise Edition will be offered within the HP Unified Cluster Portfolio to support Linux-based HP Cluster Platform 3000 and 4000 systems including ProLiant servers and HP BladeSystem server blades. [...]

SteelEye’s LifeKeeper for Oracle Protects Datastream’s Assets
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday July 06 2005 @ 07:38AM EDT views: 190
Datastream Systems, Inc., a leading provider of Asset Performance Management software, has increased its installation of SteelEye LifeKeeper™ for Oracle with the purchase of two more licenses. The company continues to grow its Datastream 7i™ hosting service customer base and uses LifeKeeper to protect the solution’s 24/7/365 availability. [...]

TORQUE 1.2.0p5 for Linux
Posted by: Amber Webb on Tuesday July 05 2005 @ 03:34PM EDT views: 174
TORQUE* Resource Manager's user community, in cooperation with Cluster Resources, contributed several fixes in the last month to create TORQUE 1.2.0p5. [...]

Will the Alpha chip stage a comeback?
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday June 30 2005 @ 03:31PM EDT views: 224
Normally I ignore these but this one from The Inquirer sounded to good not to post. [...]

HPC Vendors Benefit from the World-Class to ISV's Migrating Applications to 64-bit Platforms
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday June 29 2005 @ 10:58AM EDT views: 232
The Portland Group(TM), a wholly-owned subsidiary of STMicroelectronics, today unveiled a new plan designed specifically for independent software vendors (ISV's) active in high-performance computing (HPC). The PGI ISV Program delivers support for ISV's migrating applications to the new 64-bit computing platforms based on processors from AMD and Intel and running 64-bit Linux and Microsoft Windows operating systems. Viewed as a cost-effective opportunity to accelerate their 64-bit product offerings, several HPC vendors have joined the initiative including ANSYS, CD-Adapco, Gaussian, LSTC, and MSC. [...]

Researching a Cluster, One Place To Look
Posted by: Nick on Tuesday June 28 2005 @ 10:38AM EDT views: 183
LinuxHPC.org and Cluster Resources, Inc. announced today, June 28, 2005, the official release of Cluster Builder a new Web site highlighting a broad spectrum of high performance [...]

Utility Style IT Departments – A myth or an inevitable reality?
Posted by: Steve Stewart on Monday June 27 2005 @ 03:45PM EDT views: 190
All small and medium size companies continue to struggle with the perils and costs associated with starting and scaling their IT infrastructure to support growth or strategic goals. Few, however, realize there is a better way than simply deploying PC’s, laptops, and the many servers and IT personnel needed to support them. For many, there is a better way—and easier, too… [...]

Intel Now Inside Two-Thirds Of The World’s Fastest Super Computers Listed On The Top500
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday June 27 2005 @ 07:04AM EDT views: 175
From increasing the accuracy of global weather forecasts to helping to improve the safety of manned space flight, the majority of scientists and engineers depend on Intel-based super computers more than any other computing system, according to the latest TOP500 list. [...]

Why buy 64-bit?
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday June 27 2005 @ 07:00AM EDT views: 229
It-Anaysis: Intel and, to a lesser extent, Microsoft would like everybody to upgrade to 64-bit Itanium processors. The problem is that there are no very compelling reasons, in most instances, why you should. Okay, it would be nice to get better performance out of your SAP implementation but what are you going to get? 10%? 20%? Hardly exciting, is it? [...]

Grids Growing in the Enterprise
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday June 27 2005 @ 06:56AM EDT views: 142
eWeek: When Paul Strong looks at today's typical enterprise data center, many times he sees the beginning of a grid computing environment. Businesses are bringing in hardware that offers scalability and resilience, and a large number of applications are taking advantage of that. [...]

ActiveGrid blazes path for enterprise LAMP
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday June 27 2005 @ 06:55AM EDT views: 171
InfoWorld: Back in 1998 I built a mission-critical application using the technology suite now called LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and Perl/PHP/Python). It was a killer combination: blazing performance, rock-solid reliability, rapid development. Perl's dynamism was an essential ingredient, but looking back, I see it was also a crutch. If I had needed to redeploy to a cluster, swap in a different authentication scheme, or alter the flow of the application, I'd have been able to do those things quickly, but it would have been harder for somebody else to. [...]

HP Increases Capacity, Lowers Cost of HPC with Scalable File Share Storage Appliance
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Thursday June 23 2005 @ 07:17PM EDT views: 185
HP today announced new product and partner updates to its high-performance computing Unified Cluster Portfolio that offer the maximum performance per dollar for Linux clusters. [...]

Gelato Gathering of Linux-Itanium Experts
Posted by: Nan Holda on Thursday June 23 2005 @ 04:22PM EDT views: 231
Over 150 scientists, developers, and engineers convened from all around the globe for the May 2005 meeting of the Gelato Federation, an international organization dedicated to advancing Linux on the Intel Itanium processor. [...]

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