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Oracle Innobase Purchase Impacts MySQL
Wednesday October 12 2005 @ 10:08AM EDT views: 88
Webpronews.com: This appears to be a strategic move by Oracle to put MySQL between a rock and hard place. [...]

Unveiling of a New Integrated High Performance Computing System at Ferrari Highlights Fluent CFD
Wednesday October 12 2005 @ 09:22AM EDT views: 63
Fluent Inc., the world leader in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software and services, today announces its participation at a grand opening event in Maranello, Italy, of a new and revolutionary data center dedicated to Ferrari's aerodynamic research & development. This data center is a clear demonstration of the deployment of an HPC (High Performance Computing) solution delivered by a partnership between Fluent, American Power Conversion (APC) and AMD, and focused on the high-level performance, stability and reliability required to perform external aerodynamic simulations for Formula One Racing. During the event, Fluent and APC's customers have the opportunity to hear directly from the solution suppliers the key needs and requirements of the engineering team at Scuderia Ferrari and to discuss the issues and challenges faced in designing and implementing a data center of considerable complexity and size. [...]

George Mason University Speeds Research and Collaboration With Government Labs Using SGI Tech
Wednesday October 12 2005 @ 09:20AM EDT views: 55
Powered by SGI, GMU School of Computational Sciences Builds High-Performance Computing Center to Greatly Improve Time to Solution [...]

A Cluster by Any Other Name Is Not a Grid
Wednesday October 12 2005 @ 09:18AM EDT views: 116
ADTmag.com: Have you noticed how lately, when the conversation turns to distributed computing, grid and cluster are used as synonyms? These two words do have different meanings, Donald Becker reminds us. [...]

Tyan Invokes Dual Core Power with Dual Product Lanuch
Tuesday October 11 2005 @ 09:50AM EDT views: 79
Leveraging on the power of dual core processors to deliver the power needed to meet demanding application requirements, Tyan is launching not one, but TWO dual core products. Introducing the Transport GT20 (B2865) and the Tomcat K8E-SLI (S2866), two products designed to provide customers with dual core, scalable performance for a wide range of applications, with a minimum of cost overhead per unit. [...]

The Value Cluster (Part 1): Cheaper, Better, Faster
Friday October 07 2005 @ 09:08AM EDT views: 189
ClusterMonkey.net: Build a cluster for under $2500. That is crazy -- or maybe not. Join Doug and Jeff as they undertake this outrageous project. [...]

Golden Eggs: Updated ProLiant DL360 G4p System 3800MHz 2P EM64T
Thursday October 06 2005 @ 02:29PM EDT views: 69
GEIDL360G4pa, ProLiant DL360 G4p System 3800MHz 2P EM64T, two pages, 05-Oct-2005 [...]

Altair Announces Partnership With IBM In Grid Computing
Thursday October 06 2005 @ 02:21PM EDT views: 66
Altair Engineering, Inc., a global leader recognized for innovative product development, advanced engineering software and Grid computing technology, today announced the completion of a series of agreements with IBM. The agreements facilitate IBM reselling Altair's PBS Professional(TM) workload management solution and the optimization of PBS Professional on IBM compute platforms. [...]

HPC Expo 2005 - Online Event Today -- Now
Thursday October 06 2005 @ 01:01PM EDT views: 92
The HPC Expo online conference and exhibition offers a compelling multi-session conference program with leading industry experts. The event is organized by RBI in Partnership with the Cornell University and sponsored by Intel, Microsoft and HP. [...]

Hoff and Associates Will Offer Cray XD1 Linux Supercomputers
Wednesday October 05 2005 @ 10:12AM EDT views: 99
High-Performance Systems Will Help Clients Accelerate Their Development Cycles and Improve Product Quality [...]

Absoft Announces Software Dev Kit Solutions for IBM Grid and Grow
Wednesday October 05 2005 @ 10:08AM EDT views: 58
Absoft's High Performance Computing Software Development Kits and IBM's Grid and Grow Allow Developers to Achieve Maximum Productivity [...]

IBM Grid Grows
Tuesday October 04 2005 @ 08:51PM EDT views: 83
TechWeb: IBM's is expanding its Grid offerings on several fronts. IBM announced Tuesday a new Ready for Grid Computing program, the expansion of Grid and Grow, and two new deployments of Grid computing solutions based on IBM technology. [...]

United Devices Expands Cluster Capabilities with HP-Certified Management Tools
Tuesday October 04 2005 @ 08:21PM EDT views: 64
United Devices Expands Cluster Capabilities with HP-Certified Management Tools; Company Announces Certification On HP's XC Clusters; Integrates with Third-Party Management Tools To Provide Higher Level of Management [...]

HPC Expo 2005 Online Conference and Exhibition - Oct 6
Tuesday October 04 2005 @ 12:30PM EDT views: 70
HPC Expo 2005 is an educational event designed for technical computing professionals who are seeking to enhance their knowledge about rapidly evolving technology for data intensive computing. HPC Expo 2005’s conference agenda will deliver content-rich sessions and case studies addressing the design and analysis of affordable high-performance computing systems, as well as their scientific, engineering and commercial applications. [...]

Oklahoma Supercomputing Symposium
Tuesday October 04 2005 @ 12:15PM EDT views: 62
Oklahoma EPSCor and the University of Oklahoma invite you to attend the Oklahoma Supercomputing Symposium 2005. This free event will offer academic, government and industry professionals a variety of sessions about High End Computing (HEC). [...]

That Globus Thing
Tuesday October 04 2005 @ 12:09PM EDT views: 76
ClusterMonkey.net: Everyday millions of people click on hyperlinks without knowing the source of the information they are about to view. Insulated from the physical location of the data, the user just clicks and the protocols do the rest. The Globus Toolkit® is designed to the same kind of thing only instead of linking users to data, Globus will link users to computational resources. Just as you do not know (or care) where your electricity was generated, so it may be with your computing cycles. [...]

Processes, Processors, and MPI, Oh My!
Tuesday October 04 2005 @ 12:07PM EDT views: 108
ClusterMonkey.net: In my previous columnm, I covered the basics and fundamentals: what MPI is, some a simple MPI example program, and how to compile and run the program. In this installment, let's dive into a common terminology misconception: processes vs. processors - they're not necessarily related! [...]

Open Country Sponsors Popular Webmin Graphical Systems Administration Tool
Tuesday October 04 2005 @ 12:01PM EDT views: 54
Open Country commits to Improving Webmin as an Open Project and Increasing Appeal with Professional Services and Support. [...]

Moab Access Portal source code available
Tuesday October 04 2005 @ 11:45AM EDT views: 72
Cluster Resources announced today its release of Moab Access Portal source code to its customers and partners to improve Moab Cluster Suite's ease-of-use and expand administrator control. [...]

Force10 Networks Anchors High Density 10 GB Ethernet Network at IGRID 2005
Tuesday October 04 2005 @ 11:45AM EDT views: 35
Force10 Networks today announced that its TeraScale E-Series family of switch/routers is anchoring the high performance network for the iGrid 2005 conference, providing nearly 300 Gigabits per second of bandwidth to illustrate the future of scientific problem solving. With 24 line-rate 10 Gigabit Ethernet links and 24 Gigabit Ethernet links, as well as two 10 Gigabit Ethernet WAN links, the Force10 TeraScale E1200 is at the core of an international network fabric that connects at various points of presence (POPs) around the world to enable nearly 50 real-time, bandwidth-intensive applications. [...]

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