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World's Fastest Supercomputer Streaks to 183.5 Teraflops
Friday March 25 2005 @ 01:29PM EST views: 173
LinuxInsider: The NNSA will need all the computing power BlueGene can muster when it is fully built because of the complicated calculations necessary to understand the effects of aging on the United States' nuclear weapons cache. "At the NNSA, we need certain data that we would normally get from an underground nuclear test," said the NNSA's Bryan Wilkes. [...]


ABAQUS for CATIA V5 Extends Leadership
Thursday March 24 2005 @ 04:40PM EST views: 499
ABAQUS for CATIA V5 Extends Leadership in Integrated Nonlinear Simulation for CATIA Users. New Version Broadens Support for Sophisticated ABAQUS Capabilities in Materials and Assembly Connections. [...]


Petition the Congress to Save the DOE Collaboratories
Thursday March 24 2005 @ 12:59PM EST views: 129
GRIDtoday: Dr. Carl Kesselman has launched a crusade to save the DOE-supported National Collaboratories -- where much of the US high-end computing research gets done -- from draconian, probably terminal federal funding cuts. Tabor Communications is supporting his work with an online petition to the Congress. [...]


Dell Unveils New Servers As Part Of MegaGrid Project
Thursday March 24 2005 @ 12:49PM EST views: 141
CRN: Dell on Wednesday fired another round in its plan to get customers to migrate to its servers from IBM, Hewlett-Packard and Sun Microsystems products for high-end data center and grid computing implementations. [...]


AMD targets blade servers with Opteron processor
Thursday March 24 2005 @ 12:47PM EST views: 146
EETimes: Advanced Micro Devices Inc. believes the growth of the blade-server market provides a perfect opportunity for its Opteron processor. The company Wednesday unveiled a processor for that market with optimized power and performance. [...]


TORQUE 1.2.0p2 RELEASE
Thursday March 24 2005 @ 12:39PM EST views: 192
Cluster Resources' newest TORQUE patch is now available and can be downloaded from www.clusterresources.com. [...]


Dell plugs in new enterprise servers
Thursday March 24 2005 @ 12:37PM EST views: 147
News.com: Dell Computer released its latest high-end business servers on Wednesday, promising that the machines will provide customers with more power to handle complex database applications. [...]


Blue Gene/L tops own supercomputing record
Thursday March 24 2005 @ 12:30PM EST views: 120
News.com: IBM's Blue Gene/L supercomputer has doubled its own performance record by doubling in size; the machine has now performed 135.5 trillion calculations per second, the Department of Energy said Wednesday. [...]


Psychsoft announces new Psychlone Cluster line of supercomputers
Wednesday March 23 2005 @ 12:02PM EST views: 184
Psychsoft announces the new Psychlone Cluster line of computers for Node Based Parallel Processing High Performance Computing (HPC) applications. [...]


FLUENT 6.2 Broadens the Spectrum of CFD Simulations in Automotive Applications
Wednesday March 23 2005 @ 11:57AM EST views: 247
Fluent Inc., the world leader in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software and services, recently announced the release of the latest version of its flagship CFD software, FLUENT 6.2. This release has over 300 new capabilities, many of which are uniquely important for automotive simulations. FLUENT 6.2 broadens the spectrum of potential CFD applications in the automotive industry. At the same time, key enhancements to the core FLUENT solver have led to dramatic speed-ups and improved accuracy, significantly boosting performance for many automotive simulations. [...]


Release of the Educational CFD Tool FlowLab™ 1.2 Builds on Existing Classroom Success
Wednesday March 23 2005 @ 11:55AM EST views: 174
Fluent Inc., the worldwide leader in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software and services, announces today the release of FlowLab 1.2, its student-friendly fluids laboratory educational software. FlowLab is a unique piece of software that uses the power of flow visualization through classical CFD exercises to teach basic fluid mechanics principles in the engineering classroom. The software runs Fluent's general purpose CFD code, FLUENT 6, and pre-processor, GAMBIT 2, in the background, with a user-friendly, student-specific graphical user interface (GUI) as its front end. Students have been using FlowLab as a complement to traditional laboratory exercises for four years and this release is directed at extending the usability of the software as well as introducing a variety of new features. [...]


MPI Community Wiki Unleashed
Tuesday March 22 2005 @ 10:07AM EST views: 126
ClusterWorld: "An MPI wiki has been started: http://www.mpi-comm-world.org/ -- a web site for the community, by the community. Its intent is to provide a repository of MPI knowledge for users, system administrators, and developers. Care to share some common parallel programming techniques that would be useful to others? Got some information that you wish you had known when you started parallel programming? Feel the need to writeup a HOWTO or a tutorial on your favorite MPI subtopic? Your contributions are not only welcome, they are encouraged! Although there is likely to be some MPI implementation-specific information on this site, you should feel free to share any MPI information -- regardless of the implementation that you use. If you don't see a section for your favorite implementation, please feel free to create one." [...]


ClusterWorld Summit
Tuesday March 22 2005 @ 10:06AM EST views: 113
ClusterWorld: "We are pleased to announce that the ClusterWorld Conference and Expo has been reshaped into the ClusterWorld Summit - a forum where discussions and conversations about HPC clusters can thrive. The focus of this event is something we are calling The Cluster Agenda™ Initiative The Agenda pages provide more explanation. And don't for get to tell us why clusters suck." [...]


Why Do Clusters Suck ?
Tuesday March 22 2005 @ 10:05AM EST views: 157
ClusterWorld: "So what does the cluster community need? And how are we going to get it? Well, ClusterWorld is interested in this issue as well. For this reason, we have reshaped the ClusterWorld Conference and Expo into the ClusterWorld Summit where we will be developing The Cluster Agenda. Take a look, the pages explain the initiative. And, don't forget to tell us Why Clusters Suck." [...]


Blaustein Institute for Desert Research Selects SGI for Study
Tuesday March 22 2005 @ 09:56AM EST views: 158
Blaustein Institute for Desert Research Selects SGI for Study of the Impact of Human Activities on Habitat Destruction [...]


Northrop Grumman and Silicon Graphics, Inc. Join Forces
Tuesday March 22 2005 @ 09:55AM EST views: 176
Northrop Grumman and Silicon Graphics, Inc. Join Forces to Revolutionize Visualization Technology for Government and Intelligence Customers [...]


Science Committee Moves Supercomputing Bill
Tuesday March 22 2005 @ 09:51AM EST views: 114
HPCwire: The House Science Committee reported out five bills that would help discover near-Earth asteroids, improve the energy efficiency of the U.S. metals industry, strengthen U.S. supercomputing capabilities, honor the scientific contributions of African American women, and help states address meth lab contamination (H.R. 1023, H.R. 1158, H.R. 28, H.Con.Res. 96, and H.R. 798, respectively). [...]


Novell Launches Validated Configuration Program for the Data Center
Tuesday March 22 2005 @ 09:36AM EST views: 148
Novell today unveiled a new program to further reduce the risk of deploying complex Linux solutions in data center environments. The Novell Validated Configuration Program focuses on defining and certifying multi-application, integrated application and platform stacks on Linux. Moving beyond current industry certification programs, the Novell Validated Configuration Program addresses an integrated stack when multiple components must work together in a customer environment. As a result, customers can smooth deployment of complex, mission critical Linux-based applications. [...]


ScienceMark releases 64 bit version
Tuesday March 22 2005 @ 09:29AM EST views: 149
ScienceMark has relased a 64 bit version as well as a new 32 bit version. [...]


AMD readies speedier Opterons
Tuesday March 22 2005 @ 09:25AM EST views: 126
The Inquirer: THE SERVER BLADE SUMMIT starts today, and what can we look forward to? Well, the biggest thing is the speed bump from AMD that they will announce before the end of the show. Faster Opterons, oh boy, just what I wanted, faster is always better. [...]


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