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Optimize TCP/IP performance by a factor of four
Friday November 05 2004 @ 02:34PM EST views: 235
One of the key components in the TCP/IP protocol stack is the checksum computation, which ensures the integrity of the transferred data. This computation can be greatly accelerated with the use of single instruction, multiple data (SIMD) units prevalent in state-of-the-art processors. This article analyzes a former vectorization effort, shows how it can be improved upon, and then enhances it further. [...]

Aspen Systems To Preview Version 3.0 Of ABC Management Software At Supercomputing 2004
Friday November 05 2004 @ 12:14PM EST views: 189
Aspen Systems, Inc., a leader in the custom design, manufacture and service of a wide array of Linux®-based high performance computing solutions will preview a new version of ABC Management Software at the Supercomputing (SC) 2004 conference at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Aspen Systems will preview version 3.0 of its ABC Management Software in their booth number 1729. [...]

Linux Networx Releases New Clustered Storage System
Friday November 05 2004 @ 07:51AM EST views: 198
Salt Lake City, Nov. 4, 2004 - Linux Networx announced today a new scalable storage technology, called the Xilo™ scalable storage system, that combines storage devices, management software, and the most scalable file systems into an easy-to-administer storage appliance. The key benefit of Xilo is its ability to pool capacity from separate storage devices into a large resource, allowing large files to be distributed across multiple storage devices for increased efficiency. Xilo also permits scalability in both throughput and capacity to meet customers’ future storage needs. [...]

Secretary Abraham Announces Record Breaking Supercomputer Performance -- DOE and IBM partnership
Friday November 05 2004 @ 07:46AM EST views: 162
U.S. Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham today announced that a supercomputer developed for the nation’s Stockpile Stewardship Program has attained a record breaking performance of 70.72 teraFLOP/s (trillion floating point operations per second) on the industry standard LINPACK benchmark. Though the supercomputer is running at one quarter its final size for the Department of Energy, the BlueGene/L (BG/L) beta-System is already asserting US leadership in supercomputing. [...]

Appro’s Cluster Demonstrations at SuperComputing Show 2004
Thursday November 04 2004 @ 11:57PM EST views: 183
Milpitas, CA - November 04, 2004 - Appro, http://www.appro.com, a leading provider of high-performance enterprise computing systems will be showcasing cluster technology demonstrations at the SuperComputing show in Pittsburgh, PA, November 8-11, 2004. [...]

PathScale Introduces World’s Lowest-Latency Cluster Interconnect
Thursday November 04 2004 @ 11:57PM EST views: 253
PathScale Introduces World’s Lowest-Latency Cluster Interconnect; Standards-Based Technology Breakthrough Reduces Linux Cluster Latency Up To 200% - MPI latency of 1.5 microseconds and a bi-directional data rate of 1.8 gigabytes per second - InfiniPath attaches directly into the HyperTransport port on the Opteron. [...]

Linux cluster companies attract new funds
Thursday November 04 2004 @ 10:29PM EST views: 170
News.com: Reflecting the growing popularity of Linux clusters for high-performance technical computing, two specialists have garnered new investments. [...]

IBM Supercomputer Claims New Record
Thursday November 04 2004 @ 09:23PM EST views: 140
TechNewsWorld: In September, IBM announced that the Blue Gene/L prototype had sustained speeds of 36 trillion calculations per second. Last week, NASA announced that a system built by Silicon Graphics had topped that by sustaining 42 trillion calculations per second. Both Blue Gene and the NASA computers are still unfinished, and the performance of both is expected to improve. [...]

Critical Software and PathScale Team to Deliver
Thursday November 04 2004 @ 03:45PM EST views: 204

Sunnyvale, Calif. and Coimbra, Portugal – November 4, 2004

-- Critical Software to Distribute the AMD64-Optimized PathScale EKOPath Compiler Suite to Provide [...]

Etnus Announces TotalView 6.6 including Linux on IBM Power and Intel EM64T support
Thursday November 04 2004 @ 02:23PM EST views: 187
Etnus, the provider of the most advanced debugger on Linux and UNIX, today announced that TotalView release 6.6 will become available next week at the SuperComputing 2004 conference. It includes support for Linux on IBM Power and Intel EM64T. [...]

Analytics Acceleration Grid Environment, Part 1
Thursday November 04 2004 @ 01:00PM EST views: 134
This article introduces the Analytics Acceleration Grid Environment (AAGE), a system developed through experience working with a diverse set of customers and industries that helps balance the overall utilization [...]

Cray Misinformation: Re: Quadrics Latency
Thursday November 04 2004 @ 08:06AM EST views: 183
LinuxHPC.org recently published an article on the new Cray XD1 where they claim to have the lowest latency in HPC systems, at 1.8us for an MPI short message, 4 times faster than the competition. The Cray XD1 is indeed fast, and by developing custom processor boards and interconnects they've achieved an impressive result, however Quadrics' current generation QsNet II interconnect is faster still at 1.6us for the same MPI latency measurement. More importantly this is achieved by connecting standard commodity 1U dual processor Opteron servers. [...]

Linux Networx receives $40 million in financing
Thursday November 04 2004 @ 08:03AM EST views: 143
deseretnews.com: BLUFFDALE — Linux Networx has closed on $40 million in second-round financing to help fund its introduction of new products and accelerate expansion. [...]

Rocks 3.3.0 Released - Adds support for EM64T (Nocona), Visualization Clusters, and Infiniband
Wednesday November 03 2004 @ 09:03PM EST views: 324
Researchers at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) and their collaborators have released version 3.3.0 of the Rocks Clustering Distribution for immediate download (www.rocksclusters.org). Rocks supports all commodity processors: x86, Opteron, Itanium, and now EM64T Xeon. [...]

Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute will Introduce 2,048 Processor Linux Supercomputer
Wednesday November 03 2004 @ 11:39AM EST views: 181
Silicon Graphics announced that the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI) will introduce an SGI Altix supercomputer as its new core computation system to assist in developing leading energy systems. [...]

Tatung's New Dual Processor Blade Servers Support Up To 200 AMD Opteron Processors Per Rack
Monday November 01 2004 @ 08:08PM EST views: 343
New server features high performance and high availability, with systems management built-in; all with low power consumption [...]

Scali Expands US Presence and Prepares for Continued Growth in US Linux Clustering Market
Monday November 01 2004 @ 06:36PM EST views: 202
Scali, a leader in high performance clustering solutions, today announced a series of investments to solidify its US market position and accelerate penetration of the US Linux clustering market. The company has strengthened its US operations through a number of initiatives including the appointment of James C. Biggs as Executive Vice President (EVP) and General Manager, Americas. Scali has deepened its US presence through the opening of US Headquarters in Westborough, Massachusetts, and has expanded its US sales and professional services teams. Scali is now poised to take advantage of the consistent US growth it is experiencing in the enterprise and high performance clustering markets. [...]

Southern California Linux Expo Calls For Papers
Monday November 01 2004 @ 04:00AM EST views: 130
Southern CAlifornia Linux Exposition (SCALE 3X) 2005.

The USC, Simi/Conejo, and UCLA Linux User Groups are proud to present the third annual Southern California Linux Expo scheduled for February 12-13th, 2005 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Southern California Linux Expo will bring together [...]

Grid computing: Conceptual flyover for developer
Monday November 01 2004 @ 03:08AM EST views: 125
This article relates many Grid computing concepts to known quantities for developers, such as object-oriented programming, XML, and Web services. The author offers a reading list of white papers, [...]

Straight talk about building a Linux enterprise cluster with open source tools
Sunday October 31 2004 @ 11:46PM EST views: 208
ITManagersJournal.com: When Karl Kopper joined United National Foods in Auburn, Calif. as an IT consultant, he had his work cut out for him. The company's solitary server was going down every day to the tune of $1,000 a minute in lost revenue. End users would often complain about the system's slow response time. He says, "Because we couldn't print the forms for the warehouse people to select the products to be put on the truck, we'd have dozens of truck drivers sitting in the break room each day for more than 10 minutes." [...]

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