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StorageTek Announces 4th Qtr and Full Year Financial Results
Saturday January 29 2005 @ 03:35PM EST views: 174
StorageTek (Storage Technology Corp., NYSE:STK) today announced fourth quarter 2004 net income of $89.3 million, or $0.83 diluted earnings per share. These amounts compare to fourth quarter 2003 net income of $71.3 million, or $0.64 diluted earnings per share. Revenue for the fourth quarter of 2004 was $665.8 million compared to $655.1 million for the fourth quarter of 2003. [...]


Newly Released Mid-Range Tiered Storage Array
Saturday January 29 2005 @ 03:33PM EST views: 179
Now you can have both your primary business applications and your low-cost secondary storage applications, such as archiving, quickly accessible and managed by a single system. [...]


Introduction to clustering on IBM eServer OpenPower 710
Friday January 28 2005 @ 10:04PM EST views: 213
This paper introduces basic clustering components and software tools that can be used to build a Linux cluster on IBM eServer OpenPower 710 by utilizing its 64-bit POWER5™ architecture. This paper is intended as an introduction for someone interested in building a new Linux cluster running on OpenPower 710 servers or converting an existing cluster to OpenPower 710 servers. [...]


Linux lab dips toes into cluster work
Friday January 28 2005 @ 10:41AM EST views: 158
News.com: Open Source Development Labs, a Linux consortium backed by many of the world's largest computing companies, has established a group to advance the open-source operating system for use in one type of supercomputing. OSDL established its Clusters Special Interest Group to boost the use of groups of Linux machines interconnected into a single high-performance computer. [...]


IBM releases xCat 1.2 for complex Linux Clusters
Tuesday January 25 2005 @ 04:21PM EST views: 492
xCAT(Extreme Cluster Administration Toolkit) is a toolkit that can be used for the deployment and administration of complex Linux clusters. It makes simple clusters easy and complex clusters possible. [...]


The Power Architecture Challenge
Monday January 24 2005 @ 02:08AM EST views: 161
In this Power Architecture challenge, developers make predictions about the state of microprocessors in 2005. The gazing glass shows the near future of chip stocks, a rapid rise in Moore's Law, a potential [...]


Beowulf founder: Linux clusters ousting supercomputers
Wednesday January 19 2005 @ 06:26PM EST views: 298
SearchEnterpriseLinux: Linux clusters, InfiniBand and 64-bit processors -- particularly AMD Opteron -- are changing the face and fortunes of enterprise computing and Linux clusters, according to Donald Becker, co-founder of the Beowulf Project, which develops scalable, open source Linux clustering software. In this wide-ranging interview, he discusses the importance of those technologies and why Linux clusters are ousting supercomputers, among other things. Becker is also chief technology officer at San Francisco-based Penguin Computing. [...]


BigTux project shows Linux scaling to 64 processors
Wednesday January 19 2005 @ 11:25AM EST views: 199
ZDNet: HP has demonstrated Linux running on 64 Itanium 2 processors without any loss of efficiency, and says it's seeing growing interest in open source from financial institutions [...]


Compusys HPC and GridXpert sign new partnership agreement
Tuesday January 18 2005 @ 12:38PM EST views: 193
Compusys HPC has just signed a Authorised Partner Agreement with GridXpert., of Paris, France, to add industry-leading Grid Software Technology to an already extensive HPC portfolio. [...]


SteelEye LifeKeeper for Linux achieves Novell YES CERTIFIED status
Tuesday January 18 2005 @ 11:44AM EST views: 573
Palo Alto, CA - SteelEye Technology Inc., the leading provider of data and application availability management solutions for Linux and Windows, today announced that LifeKeeper for Linux version 4.6 has achieved Novell YES certification for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 (SLES9). [...]


New Computing Paradigm, Grid Computing, Pushes Marketing Budgets for Many High Tech Companies
Monday January 17 2005 @ 03:10PM EST views: 241
Technology Marketing Veteran, Mike Bernhardt, Sees Upturn in Marketing Budgets as Numerous Companies Jockey to Stake Out Positions in Grid Computing Space [...]


HP augments Itanium server line
Monday January 17 2005 @ 01:34PM EST views: 173
News.com: Hewlett-Packard on Monday announced a suite of improvements to its Itanium-based Integrity line of servers, including new chips, support for a fourth operating system and new options for running multiple jobs on the same machine. [...]


HP rolls out Itanium 2 servers
Monday January 17 2005 @ 01:23PM EST views: 160
InfoWorld: Hewlett-Packard hammered home its commitment to the Itanium 2 chips this week, announcing new mid- and high-end members of its Integrity family of servers with the Madison chip, along with new support for OpenVMS 8.2, Novell's version of Linux, bundled virtualization software and, for the first time, a pay-per-use policy for server-based Windows. [...]


Open-Source Biology Evolves
Monday January 17 2005 @ 11:13AM EST views: 171
Wired: To push research forward, scientists need to draw from the best data and innovations in their field. Much of the work, however, is patented, leaving many academic and nonprofit researchers hamstrung. But an Australian organization advocating an open-source approach to biology hopes to free up biological data without violating intellectual property rights. [...]


Effective automation within a grid infrastructure
Friday January 14 2005 @ 12:45PM EST views: 127
Automation and grid computing consume lots of mindshare in the IT marketplace. Two of their hottest topics are provisioning and orchestration, which concern the loading of necessary software, workflow [...]


HP's One-stop HPC Cluster Solutions
Friday January 14 2005 @ 09:46AM EST views: 201
The high performance cluster (HPC) market—at $508 million in 2002—is expected to reach $2.3 billion in 2005, according to IDC. What’s driving the growth? The constant need for better price/performance ratios and more compute power to process larger engineering and scientific problems. [...]


HP's Strategy for Delivering Cluster Technology to Technical Computing
Friday January 14 2005 @ 09:35AM EST views: 178
Cluster technology has recently grown to take a significant share of the technical computing market. Rather than building or buying powerful special-purpose computers, members of the high-performance technical computing (HPTC) community aim to exploit opportunities provided by combining multiple generalpurpose computers. IDC estimates that scientists and engineers have increased their purchases of clusters from about $350 million in 1999 to about $2.3 billion in 2003. In addition, we believe that clusters will account for more than half of all technical computer sales by 2008. We believe the rapid adoption of cluster technology is driven by several interrelated factors: [...]


HP Reduces Complexity to Advance the Power of Clusters
Friday January 14 2005 @ 09:25AM EST views: 163
Designing clusters that are simple to live with - while providing a base for the latest technologies and an extensive array of applications - is the goal of the new "Unified Cluster Portfolio" program recently launched by HP's High Performance Computing Division. [...]


SAN-in-a-box
Friday January 14 2005 @ 12:54AM EST views: 234
Storage Magazine: Can you imagine a storage area network (SAN) so simple to deploy and maintain that a branch office manager, secretary or--heaven forbid--even an executive VP could have it up and running within minutes? Of course, it would have to deliver basic SAN functionality, such as allowing multiple servers to share a storage pool with some level of reliability and manageability. [...]


Etnus TotalView Chosen as The Debugger for Cray XT3 Supercomputer
Thursday January 13 2005 @ 04:15PM EST views: 192
Etnus, the provider of the most advanced debugger on Linux and UNIX, today announced that TotalView, chosen as THE debugger for the new Cray XT3™ supercomputer product line, is immediately available for these systems. [...]


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