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Intel Lets Users Compile, Analyze Code in Eclipse
Thursday February 10 2005 @ 03:45PM EST views: 222
RedNova: In building applications for Intel processors, many programmers choose to go straight to the source and use software development tools offered by the company that designed the silicon. For developers working in the Eclipse environment, Santa Clara, Calif.- based Intel (www.intel.coni) recently announced support for the platform in both its Intel VTune Performance Analyzer 3.0 and Intel C++ Compiler 8.1 for Linux. [...]


HP plugs Linux for 64-processor servers
Thursday February 10 2005 @ 03:44PM EST views: 181
News.com: Hewlett-Packard is working to take Linux into several new areas of the server market, including 64-processor servers, the company is expected to announce Wednesday, on the eve of a major Linux trade show. [...]


Intel To Ship 64-bit Pentium 4 This Month
Thursday February 10 2005 @ 03:42PM EST views: 203
CRN: On the heels of what it said were brisk sales of 64-bit enabled Xeon server processors, Intel executives said Tuesday they will begin enabling Pentium 4 desktop processors for 64-bit computing later this month. [...]


Golden Eggs: HP StorageWorks MSA500 G2 (SCSI) diagram added
Tuesday February 08 2005 @ 03:07PM EST views: 256
HP StorageWorks MSA500 G2 (SCSI) has been added to Golden Eggs archive. [...]


Cooling Down Hot Processors
Tuesday February 08 2005 @ 12:46PM EST views: 227
Face it: the only scorching hot thing you want with a chip is salsa. Any other overheating is potentially counterproductive, and can be downright damaging to the microprocessor -- or other components. This article uncovers potential ways to chill. [...]


IBM to Demo New OpenPower 710 at SCALE Saturday
Sunday February 06 2005 @ 03:00AM EST views: 198
SCALE 3x will be held this weekend in Los Angeles at the LA Convention Center. Speakers include Kevin Foreman (Real Networks), Jon Hall (Linux International), Larry McVoy (CEO BitMover), Marc Hamilton [...]


Supercomputers Aid F1 Car Design
Friday February 04 2005 @ 01:12PM EST views: 277
LinuxInsider: Technology supplier and sponsor HP provided WilliamsF1 with a clustered Linux supercomputing infrastructure for running simulations. This connected to a utility computing system at HP Labs in Bristol, England, to provide flexible access to extra capacity as and when needed. [...]


Heterogeneous Cluster with coLinux and openMosix
Thursday February 03 2005 @ 01:30PM EST views: 338
You can create a cluster using any of three basic approaches: full migration to a single platform, partial migration, or a mixed or hybrid creation. In this article, learn how cluster agents fulfill the latter approach, and see how coLinux [...]


HP assures Itanium’s long-term survivability
Thursday February 03 2005 @ 09:57AM EST views: 209
INQ7: Hewlett-Packard (HP) vows support the Itanium server processor family, even as it pulled out of its joint development with Intel and faced questions on the survivability of the 64-bit high-end chip and the increasing computing power of other Intel processor lines. [...]


SGI Offers Scali Software with Altix Cluster Solutions
Thursday February 03 2005 @ 09:52AM EST views: 251
Cluster Management Software Enables Simplified, Flexible Administration of New Factory-Integrated SGI Altix 1350 Clusters [...]


Voltaire Expands InfiniBand Alliance With SGI
Thursday February 03 2005 @ 09:51AM EST views: 255
New OEM Agreement Integrates Voltaire InfiniBand Interconnect with Preconfigured Altix 1350 Cluster Systems; Schlumberger Certifies Solution for Oil and Gas Exploration [...]


SGI Brings Advantages of Altix to Mid-Range Clusters
Thursday February 03 2005 @ 09:49AM EST views: 238
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., (February 1, 2005)—Responding to growing demand for high-performance clusters that are cost-effective and easy to administer, Silicon Graphics (NYSE: SGI) today unveiled enhancements to its award-winning mid-range server line. Delivering the unparalleled price/performance and ease of use of SGI® Altix® server for a broad range of cluster implementations, the new SGI® Altix® 1350 and SGI® Altix® Hybrid Cluster bring exceptional flexibility and scalability to any computing environment. [...]


Ten Tips for Building Your First High-Performance Cluster
Thursday February 03 2005 @ 09:30AM EST views: 266
LinuxDevCenter: While high-performance clusters often provide the most cost-effective way to speed up your calculations, building your first cluster can be a frustrating experience. But it doesn't have to be. Here are ten tips to help you get started. [...]


Briefing on Linux solution to replace Microsoft
Wednesday February 02 2005 @ 07:48PM EST views: 188
A new worldwide Tech Briefing on Migrating and Developing New Applications for Linux will be held in March. The free Tech Briefing will cover a Linux collaboration solution to replace microsoft office, tools to migrate Infrastructure workloads, tools to migrate windows applications, tools to develop new applications on linux and tools to support linux based team development. [...]


Another Cluster Vendor Bites the Dust?
Tuesday February 01 2005 @ 08:33PM EST views: 246
Anyone heard from Promicro? I've been told they went out of business toward the end of 2004. Their phone numbers are dead but the website is still up. This would make two vendors, Paracel being the other, in recent months. Let that be a warning to anyone in the market. Purchase from companies with long histories and good reputations.


eRacks Open Source Systems Enables & Matches Donations
Tuesday February 01 2005 @ 02:50AM EST views: 196
eRacks Open Source Systems rolls out a donation program to benefit the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and provides company-matched donations. [...]


Cluster 2005 (Boston) Call For Papers
Sunday January 30 2005 @ 01:48PM EST views: 255
The Cluster 2005 conference, to be held in and around Boston, Massachusetts, 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. The Cluster series of conferences is one of the flagship events sponsored by the IEEE Task Force on Cluster Computing (TFCC) since its inception in 1999. Besides the technical paper presentation, there will be three exciting keynote speakers, four tutorials, 2 workshops and exhibits to be arranged during the conference period. [...]


[Tyan] Next-Gen WS/SVR Platforms Based on NVIDIA Pro
Saturday January 29 2005 @ 03:44PM EST views: 812
Workstation and server applications are constantly driving the call for higher-power systems. In order to deliver the next-generation of platforms to meet the most demanding application challenges, Tyan has partnered with NVIDIA in the development and release of two new platforms which raise the bar on customer expectations for workstation and server performance. [...]


StorageTek Defines Roadmap For Fixed Content Storage
Saturday January 29 2005 @ 03:42PM EST views: 323
Compliance with the growing number of laws, as well as compliance with internal best practices, is a strategic imperative for companies today. The reward for compliance is lower risk and better operational efficiencies. The punishment for failing to comply can be too harsh to comprehend. [...]


StorageTek Corporate VP Featured As Super Hero
Saturday January 29 2005 @ 03:41PM EST views: 311
Roy Perry, corporate vice president of Global Supply Chain Management for StorageTek(R) (Storage Technology Corporation, NYSE:STK), is being recognized for his significant achievements and contributions to the technology industry. Perry is featured in the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry Black Creativity exhibit, running Jan. 14 - Feb. 28, 2005. [...]


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DL580 G3 3330MHz 4P EM64T
DL585 2800MHz 4P Opteron Dual Core
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CP3000 32x DL140G2 & DL360G4p GigE EM64T
CP4000 32x DL145G2 GigE Opteron, Dual Core
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CP4000 102x DL145 GigE Opteron
CP4000 32x DL145 Myri Opteron
Rocks Cluster 16-22 DL145 Opteron
Rocks Cluster 30-46 DL145 Opteron
Rocks Cluster 64-84 DL145 Opteron
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