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Psychsoftpc announces the Psychlone Cluster line of HPC Supercomputers
Thursday March 31 2005 @ 09:30AM EST views: 133
Psychsoftpc announces the new Psychlone Cluster line of Beowulf supercomputers for Node Based Parallel Processing High Performance Computing ( HPC ) applications. The individual nodes of the Psychlone Cluster are designed with quality components in a rack mount configuration with attention to power, performance, cooling and reliability. Each node has a high end Intel P4 processor and 2 gig of high performance RAM running in dual channel mode to make this supercomputer really super. The Psychlone Cluster line of High Performance Computing Clusters based on SUSE Linux is ideal for any organization wishing to add the power of supercomputing for a reasonable price. [...]


Solaris 10 Performance and Price/Performance Records
Thursday March 31 2005 @ 09:27AM EST views: 231
Solaris 10, Sun Studio 10 on Sun Fire V40z set new 2-thread and 4-thread world records on SPEC OMPM2001 (2 world records [...]


HP Expands Choice, Improves Performance by up to 40 Percent with New HP ProLiant Servers
Thursday March 31 2005 @ 09:22AM EST views: 224
HP today introduced two new HP ProLiant servers that offer customers greater choice and performance to meet the changing demands of IT infrastructures. [...]


IBM Shatters Data Management Challenge at CERN
Thursday March 31 2005 @ 09:21AM EST views: 277
IBM and CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, today announced that IBM's storage virtualization software has achieved breakthrough performance results in an internal data challenge at CERN. [...]


CERN Confirms commitment to Open Access
Thursday March 31 2005 @ 09:12AM EST views: 150
CERN confirms its commitment to open access to scientific information. At a meeting last Wednesday, the Organization's executive committee endorsed a policy of open access to all the laboratory's results, as expressed in the document ‘Continuing CERN action on Open Access’ http://doc.cern.ch/archive/electronic/cern/preprints/open/open-2005-006.pdf , released by its Scientific Information Policy Board (SIPB) earlier in the month. “This underlines CERN's commitment to sharing the excitement of fundamental research with as wide an audience as possible", said Guido Altarelli, current SIPB chairman. [...]


Can HP's 'Arches' Superdome server save Itanium?
Thursday March 31 2005 @ 08:56AM EST views: 124
News.com: Intel's Itanium could get a boost by early 2006 when Hewlett-Packard releases a top-end server designed for the chip. But some remain skeptical that the machine will be enough to turn around the beleaguered processor's fortunes. [...]


Etnus TotalView Debugs Applications on IBM Linux on POWER Platform
Wednesday March 30 2005 @ 03:19PM EST views: 140
Etnus, the provider of the most advanced debugger on Linux and UNIX, today announced that TotalView is available for IBM Linux on POWER systems. [...]


Linux Networx Appoints René Copeland to Lead Global Sales and Marketing
Wednesday March 30 2005 @ 02:16PM EST views: 115
Linux Networx announced today the addition of René G. Copeland as executive vice president for global sales and marketing. Copeland will be responsible for directing the planning, organization and implementation of marketing, sales and business development activities at Linux Networx. [...]


Linux Networx Receives Patent for Icebox Computer Management Appliance
Wednesday March 30 2005 @ 01:38PM EST views: 161
Linux Networx announced today it has been granted a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark office (patent no. 6,862,187) for its Icebox™ computer management appliance. Built specifically for cluster systems and the only product of its kind, Icebox provides power management capabilities to meet the demands of high performance computing. [...]


PolyServe Steps Up Storage Leadership, Sponsors Network File System Protocol Development
Wednesday March 30 2005 @ 01:37PM EST views: 259
Software developers at the University of Michigan have received backing from PolyServe, Inc. to help create an industry-standard implementation of an important enterprise storage protocol, Network File System Version 4 (NFSv4) for Linux. [...]


IBM Performance Simulator for Linux on POWER
Tuesday March 29 2005 @ 12:27PM EST views: 163
The IBM Performance Simulator for Linux on POWER is a suite of performance models based on IBM's POWER series of processors. Users of Linux on POWER will be able to examine how their code executes on various IBM POWER processors so that they can identify and avoid common performance hazards on these processors. [...]


SWsoft and Egenera Forge Alliance
Tuesday March 29 2005 @ 11:09AM EST views: 436
SWsoft’s Virtuozzo and the Egenera BladeFrame System to Deliver Server Virtualization for Improving IT Infrastructure Utilization—Reducing Hardware, Software and Management Costs [...]


Supermicro Selects LSI Logic MegaRAID SATA Software for a First-to-Market Advantage
Tuesday March 29 2005 @ 11:04AM EST views: 903
LSI Logic Corporation (NYSE: LSI) announced today that its MegaRAID(R) Embedded SATA Software RAID was chosen by Supermicro Computer for integration onto its P8SCT to enable the channel, SIs and VARs with a high-performance, cost-effective SATA-optimized workstation or 1U 4-drive server/storage solution [...]


Dolphin Interconnect Announces Support for PCI Express
Tuesday March 29 2005 @ 10:54AM EST views: 260
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 amazing end-to-end latency of just over one microsecond. [...]


NASA offers buyouts
Tuesday March 29 2005 @ 10:46AM EST views: 141
FCW: NASA’s Ames Research Center is offering buyouts to all but 70 of its 1,400 federal employees, including many information technology experts. [...]


VMI 2.1 release available
Tuesday March 29 2005 @ 10:41AM EST views: 120
VMI 2.1 is a middleware communication layer that addresses the issues of availability, usability, and management in the context of large-scale SANs interconnected over wide-area grids. The rationale behind having the 2.1 version is the inclusion of novel features like the ability to stripe data across heterogeneous networks, the ability to fail over from one network onto a heterogeneous network, and the ability to add data filters and other features dynamically, remotely, and even on per-connection basis. [...]


IBRIX Fusion Segmented File System Selected By NCSA
Tuesday March 29 2005 @ 10:36AM EST views: 212
IBRIX Fusion Accelerates Processing Speed of Highly Complex Cosmological Data Exceeding Seven Terabytes at the Laboratory for Cosmological Data Mining. [...]


Force10 Introduces S-Series Data Center Switch To Deliver High Performance End-To-End Solutions
Tuesday March 29 2005 @ 10:32AM EST views: 166
Force10 Networks today introduced the S50 Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet data center switch, the first fixed configuration switch purpose built for the rigorous requirements of data centers. The Force10 S50, with 20 percent more switching capacity than competitive solutions and an extensive array of resiliency features, provides core-like reliability and stability in a stackable, compact form factor. Together, the S50 and the industry-leading TeraScale E-Series deliver the ideal end-to-end solution for high performance data centers, setting the bar for resiliency, scalability and performance. [...]


The Portland Group Announces Availability of 64-bit PGI Compilers and Tools
Tuesday March 29 2005 @ 10:26AM EST views: 140
The Portland Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of STMicroelectronics, today announced the general availability of Release 6.0 of PGI® Workstation, a suite of Fortran, C, and C++ compilers and development tools. PGI compilers and tools are used widely in high-performance computing (HPC), the field of technical computing engaged in the modeling and simulation of complex processes, such as ocean modeling, weather forecasting, seismic analysis, bioinformatics and other areas [...]


Webmin 1.190 released
Friday March 25 2005 @ 01:43PM EST views: 210
Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix. Using any browser that supports tables and forms (and Java for the File Manager module), you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and so on. [...]


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