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POWER Expert: Regina Darmoni
Thursday January 13 2005 @ 12:46PM EST views: 152
This question and answer article features the IBM Program Director of PowerPC licensing, Regina Darmoni. Regina has led the PowerPC licensing effort from the concept stage to the present and talks about general [...]

Practice reuse with IBM’s Linux RAS Repository
Tuesday January 11 2005 @ 09:15PM EST views: 170
A repository designed for organizing assets that enables developers to modify, view documentation (generated automatically from the manifest), track feedback, track use metrics, search, query and package according to the Object Management Group's (OMG) Reusable Asset Specification (RAS). [...]

Making the transition to 64 bits
Tuesday January 11 2005 @ 02:26PM EST views: 161
As 64-bit PowerPC processors become more widely available, it becomes desirable to make applications run in the 64-bit computation mode, providing access to larger address space and faster 64-bit arithmetic. [...]

PathScale Ships EKOPath Compiler Suite 2.0 for AMD Opteron and Intel Xeon EM64T Processor Family
Monday January 10 2005 @ 08:03PM EST views: 416
Award-Winning Compilers for Linux Clusters Deliver Up To 40 Percent Faster Performance, OpenMP 2.0 Support and a New Advanced Serial Debugger [...]

Intel and SGI Parallel play
Monday January 10 2005 @ 12:22PM EST views: 228
ComputerWeekly: Intel and SGI have opened the world’s first Intel and SGI Parallel Application Centre, providing an environment for organisations, developers and ISVs to optimise applications for the Intel Itanium2 processor-based SGI Altix platform. [...]

Supercomputing goes global
Monday January 10 2005 @ 10:35AM EST views: 197
LinuxWorld.au: Size matters in supercomputers because size translates into speed. And supercomputers are all about speed. The quest for the fastest computer to discover new drugs, crack ciphertext or model global weather and nuclear reactions has set a lot of records in a short time. [...]

Self-Managed Data Buffer Memory
Monday January 10 2005 @ 02:21AM EST views: 167
The C programming language defines two standard memory management functions: malloc() and free(). C programmers frequently use those functions to allocate buffers at run time to pass data between functions. In many situations, however, you cannot predetermine the actual sizes required for the buffers, [...]

Programming the cache on the PowerPC
Friday January 07 2005 @ 02:38AM EST views: 147
While many programs can obtain acceptable performance by simply letting the processor manage its own caching, programs with special requirements may obtain dramatically improved performance by giving the processor explicit instructions and manipulating [...]

Life Science HPC: 2004 Year in Review
Thursday January 06 2005 @ 03:55PM EST views: 254
BioIT World: Life science organizations looking for high-performance computing (HPC) equipment to meet their computational needs had many varied options in 2004. [...]

Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre Announces Release of OSCAR 4.0
Thursday January 06 2005 @ 03:54PM EST views: 377
Vancouver, BC, November 10, 2004--Canada's Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre (GSC) announced today that the OSCAR working group has released its latest version of the Open Source Cluster Application Resources (OSCAR) toolkit, version 4.0. [...]

Enterprise Grid Computing
Thursday January 06 2005 @ 03:51PM EST views: 225
Linux Magazine: Imagine that in addition to all of the information of the World Wide Web, your Internet connection gave you the sum of all the computing power that was simultaneously connected. After all, at any given moment, some large percentage of the world's computers is simply sitting idle. Because of grid computing, this isn't such a far-fetched idea, even though the realities of security and privacy certainly make it impractical or at least a distant wish. [...]

CSP Inc. Ships New FastCluster 220R
Wednesday January 05 2005 @ 01:16PM EST views: 194
CSP Inc. MultiComputer Division, a leading supplier of embedded high- performance cluster computing systems, announced it has shipped its new Ruggedized Embedded COTS Cluster, the FastCluster 220R, to a major defense contractor. [...]

Migrating from x86 to PowerPC
Wednesday January 05 2005 @ 02:25AM EST views: 178
This series on embedded development shows you how to migrate a project prototype from x86 to PowerPC. This initial installment explains the realities and rationale of the project: it introduces the robotic submarines [...]

New IBM-Apple Chip To Run Dual Operating Systems
Monday January 03 2005 @ 11:38PM EST views: 217
MacWorld: IBM is in the midst of an effort to make its Power family of processors an alternative not just to high-end rivals, but also to widely used x86 chips such as Intel's Pentium and Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron. A key ally in the Power effort is Apple, which uses the PowerPC 970FX in its desktop and server computers. [...]

The Year 2004 in Microprocessors
Friday December 31 2004 @ 01:30PM EST views: 164
From spintronics to clockless CPUs, 2004 was a year of process and research in the microprocessor industry. As a way to transition into the new year, this article offers a month-by-month look at the highlights of the 2004microprocessor timeline. [...]

HP ramps up supercomputing push in M'sia
Tuesday December 28 2004 @ 03:39PM EST views: 242
Hewlett-Packard is claiming a string of early successes in its efforts to promote high-performance computing in Malaysia. [...]

Multiprocessor Performance Analysis
Tuesday December 28 2004 @ 07:34AM EST views: 580
Performance Analysis remains a ambigous term when used in the context of computer systems , irrespective of its organization and architecture.An early measure was MIPS. MIPS had fallen out of use , because it does not account for the fact that different sytems require different number of instructions to implement agiven program. [...]

Linux Networx Clusterworx 3.2 Provides New Features for Premier Cluster Management
Monday December 27 2004 @ 11:21AM EST views: 308
Linux Networx announced today new features of Clusterworx 3.2, making it the most complete cluster management software available by providing new monitoring capabilities for increased cluster efficiency. Clusterworx simplifies cluster management so organizations can run more jobs throughout the life of the cluster, significantly increasing the overall productivity of the cluster system. [...]

SGI Altix Systems at University of Rochester Fuel Search for Inexhaustible Energy Source
Friday December 24 2004 @ 09:38AM EST views: 248
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., (December 20, 2004)—Scientists in search of new and inexhaustible sources of energy require some of the most advanced supercomputing resources available. To address those needs, researchers at the University of Rochester's Laboratory for Laser Energetics (LLE) have acquired two powerful new supercomputers from Silicon Graphics (NYSE: SGI). [...]

Dataram Releases High Capacity Memory Upgrade for HP Integrity rx4640-8 Servers
Friday December 24 2004 @ 09:37AM EST views: 210
MorningStar.com: Dataram Corporation (NASDAQ: DRAM), a leading provider of server and workstation memory, today announced the immediate availability of a new 16GB DDR266A (PC2100) memory upgrade. Dataram's DRH4640/16GB doubles the memory capacity of Hewlett-Packard's Integrity rx4640-8 servers from 64 to 128GB. [...]

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