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Where does all the time go when performing calculations in a grid?
Wednesday November 17 2004 @ 12:43PM EST views: 191
In any grid computing environment, you have data nodes, and you have computation nodes. Performance is important, so is it better to send the executables to the data? Or send the data to the executables? Or both? The questions are even more important when your grid is distributed across a number of geographically dispersed sites. [...]


Golden Eggs: Updated DL360 G4 3400MHz 2P and DL380 G4 3400MHz 2P EM64T Systems
Wednesday November 17 2004 @ 12:02PM EST views: 231
UPDATE:ProLiant DL360 G4 System 3400MHz 2P EM64T
UPDATE:ProLiant DL380 G4 System 3400MHz 2P EM64T [...]


Securing Linux, Part 2: Planning the Installation
Tuesday November 16 2004 @ 03:37PM EST views: 211
Only the paranoid survive, and that is no less true when securing Linux systems as any other. Fortunately, a host of security features are built into the kernel, are packaged with one of the many Linux distributions, or are available separately as open source applications. [...]


SteelEye Technology Releases LifeKeeper for Linux v4.6
Tuesday November 16 2004 @ 02:26PM EST views: 292
SteelEye Technology® Inc., the leading provider of data and application availability management solutions for Linux and Windows, today announced the release of LifeKeeper™ for Linux version 4.6. LifeKeeper provides data replication and high availability for enterprise applications in Linux and Windows environments. This new version supports an increased number of Linux distributions and kernels in the widest range of configuration options available in the Linux market today - protecting open source adopters' freedom of choice. [...]


SCALE 3x Opens For Registration
Tuesday November 16 2004 @ 02:30AM EST views: 154
SCALE 3X is open for business! The Expo is now accepting early registrations. A full pass (expo floor and seminars is $50 until January 1, 2005, and $65 thereafter, a student pass is $25 until January 1, 2005, and $32.50 thereafter, and an expo-floor-only pass is $10. [...]


HP Selects PolyServe Matrix Server as ProLiant Storage Cluster Solution for Linux
Monday November 15 2004 @ 11:19AM EST views: 252
PolyServe, Inc. today announced the availability of PolyServe Matrix Server(TM) software as a complementary storage cluster offering to HP's Unified Cluster Portfolio announced at the SC2004 Supercomputing Conference in Pittsburgh, Penn. The new HP Scalable Storage Cluster, powered by PolyServe Matrix Server, is a fully integrated server, storage and software solution for cost-effective, high-performance, network-based file services in high performance computing (HPC) applications. [...]


Emulating legacy operating systems on Linux
Monday November 15 2004 @ 08:45AM EST views: 184
From CP/M to OpenVMS, one of the best things to do with a Linux box is to run programs for other operating systems on it. It can simplify your life considerably. Emulations of a wide variety of operating systems are available for Linux. [...]


New Partnership for accelerating Cluster performance
Monday November 15 2004 @ 08:26AM EST views: 197
Compusys HPC have signed a Global Reseller Agreement with Pathscale Inc. for thier powerful software and hardware solutions. [...]


Golden Eggs: New and Updated Rocks Cluster Diagrams
Saturday November 13 2004 @ 09:02AM EST views: 317
NEW: Rocks Cluster 16-22 DL145 Opteron 2.4GHz
UPDATE: Rocks Cluster 30-46 DL145 Opteron2.4GHz
UPDATE: Rocks Cluster 64-84 DL145 Opteron 2.4GHz [...]


Analytics Acceleration Grid Environment, Part 2
Saturday November 13 2004 @ 04:39AM EST views: 170
This article explains how the Analytics Acceleration Grid Environment (AAGE) infrastructure components relate and work together to build and deliver a virtual system environment that supports a wide range [...]


OptimalGrid -- Autonomic Computing on the Grid
Thursday November 11 2004 @ 04:19PM EST views: 201
OptimalGrid is middleware that aims to simplify creating and managing large-scale, connected, parallel grid applications. It optimizes performance and includes autonomic grid functionality. You don't need to be a grid infrastructure expert to use it. You supply the code that represents your basic problem algorithm, and OptimalGrid manages everything else. Get the free OptimalGrid download, then use this tutorial to learn how to use it. [...]


Building an XBOX Linux Cluster
Thursday November 11 2004 @ 09:00AM EST views: 495
AnandTech: A few weeks ago, we started investigating the possibility of putting Linux on an XBOX. We played with some ideas in our heads, a render farm, a cheap office computer or a distributed crypto platform, just to start. The idea required a little bit of elbow grease, a mod chip, Linux and a bunch of free time. [...]


OptimaNumerics Releases OptimaNumerics Libraries 3.0
Wednesday November 10 2004 @ 07:20PM EST views: 227
OptimaNumerics Libraries 3.0: 6x faster on Itanium II, 2x faster on PowerPC970, 50x faster on Xeon EM64T. [...]


Verari Systems Software Powers NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s New Cluster
Wednesday November 10 2004 @ 12:58PM EST views: 336
Verari Systems Software Powers NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s New Cluster

SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- November 10, 2004 -- Verari Systems Software, the leading independent provider of high-performance middleware products and related services for parallel and cluster computers, announced that it has deployed [...]


Scalable Rocks Comes To The U.S., Launches v1.1
Wednesday November 10 2004 @ 11:51AM EST views: 353
Pittsburgh, PA, USA. 10th November 2004 -- McIntire Computing Group, a High Performance Computing (HPC) consulting firm based in the United States, has partnered with Singapore based Scalable Systems to launch Scalable Rocks v1.1 in the United States and Canada. Scalable Rocks v1.1, which supports EM64T, Opteron, Itanium and Pentium/Athlon (x86), has been chosen to power Iowa State University’s Rocks cluster, which is being used to solve large scale problems in computational genomics and electromagnetics. [...]


PVFS2 - High-Performance Parallel File System
Wednesday November 10 2004 @ 08:00AM EST views: 266
Parallel I/O continues to be a topic of active development. Recent years have seen the creation of many new options. Even with these new choices, certain factors remain constant. Parallel applications need a fast I/O subsystem. Clusters need a parallel file system that can scale as the number of nodes increases to the thousands and tens of thousands. PVFS2 is our answer. [...]


Scali MPI Connect provides IBM customers increased cross-platform
Wednesday November 10 2004 @ 07:55AM EST views: 223
Supercomputing 2004, Pittsburgh, November 9 - Scali, a leader in high-performance clustering solutions, today announced that it is extending Scali MPI Connect™, its message passing interface software, to run on the full range of IBM eServer POWER processor based systems. Scali’s interconnect-independent software is currently compatible with IBM’s Intel and AMD processor-based cluster nodes and will now expand to include IBM OpenPower™, BladeCenter™ and pSeries® Linux-based servers. [...]


Portland Group Demos First Compilers to Harness Power of AMD Dual-Core at SC2004
Tuesday November 09 2004 @ 09:04PM EST views: 242
Provides preview of Windows x64 Fortran Code Automatically Using Both Cores of AMD Opteron(TM) Dual Core Processors Running on HP ProLiant DL585 Server [...]


Absoft Announces New Cluster Builder’s Kit version 2.0
Tuesday November 09 2004 @ 05:53PM EST views: 201
Absoft Corporation has announced a new Cluster Builder’s Kit version 2.0 which replaces its Beowulf Tool Kit v1.0. The Cluster Builder’s Kit (CBK) is used in conjunction with Absoft high performance compilers and debugging solutions and is designed to facilitate building and setting up cluster systems. Customers who purchase Absoft compilers for clusters receive the CBK at no additional charge. The software products included with the Cluster Builder’s Kit CD are the leading open source software packages commonly used in today’s cluster configurations. Absoft supplies source code, pre-built libraries and executables optimized for Absoft compilers as a service to customers. [...]


Verari Systems and Cluster File Systems Partner to Deliver Shared File Systems for Blades
Tuesday November 09 2004 @ 04:25PM EST views: 261
Verari Systems, the premier developer of powerful, platform-independent blade server systems, and Cluster File Systems, the designers and developers of the Lustre file system, have announced today that they have partnered to deliver breakthrough price/performance capabilities in a shared file system for customers worldwide. Through this joint development, deployment and marketing relationship, Verari Systems and CFS have developed optimized architectures for Lustre using the Verari Systems BladeRack family of blade servers and the VS family of Fibre Channel attached storage systems. [...]


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Integrity:
HP Integrity Family Portrait, IA64
rx1620 1600MHz 2P MSA1000 Cluster IA64
rx2620 1600MHz 2P MSA1000 Cluster IA64
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ProLiant:
DL140 3060MHz 2P IA32
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DL360 G4 3400MHz 2P EM64T
DL360 G4p 3800MHz 2P EM64T
DL380 G4 3800MHz 2P EM64T
DL385 2800MHz 2P Opteron Dual Core
DL560 3000MHz 4P IA32
DL580 G3 3330MHz 4P EM64T
DL585 2800MHz 4P Opteron Dual Core
Clusters:
CP3000 32x DL140G2 & DL360G4p GigE EM64T
CP4000 32x DL145G2 GigE Opteron, Dual Core
CP4000 64x DL145 GigE Opteron
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
LC3000 GigaE 24-36 DL145 Opteron
LC3000 Myri 16-32x DL145 Opteron
LC3000 GigaE 16-22x DL145 Opteron
LC2000 GigaE 16-22x DL360G3 Xeon
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MSA1510i IP SAN 48TB, SCSI and SATA
MSA1500 48TB, SCSI and SATA
Misc:
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