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SGI brings visualization to Linux line
Tuesday October 12 2004 @ 08:51AM EDT views: 184
News.com: Silicon Graphics has brought high-end graphics abilities to its Linux- and Itanium-based computers, an important step in the company's expansion from its more proprietary equipment. [...]

Sizing up the Super Heavyweights
Tuesday October 12 2004 @ 08:11AM EDT views: 190
RealWorldTech: For more than 40 years, competition in the computer industry has been characterized as a game of leapfrog. Major new systems take years to conceive, design, verify and put into production, while at the same time the basic electronic technology underlying computers has improved in performance and dropped in cost exponentially. Because the product cycles of different vendors are often out of phase, it is common for the performance lead to exchange hands whenever new systems are introduced. This was the case in mid-2003 when Intel introduced the Madison 6M version of the Itanium 2 processor, which quickly took the lead in most commercial and technical computing. The wheel turned quite convincingly a year later when IBM introduced its POWER5 processor. What was originally represented as basically a POWER4+ augmented with simultaneous multithreading (SMT) capabilities turned out to be effectively a top to bottom redesign with substantial improvements in both the processor and system level architecture. [...]

BWBUG Meeting 12 Oct 2004
Friday October 08 2004 @ 02:00PM EDT views: 217
There will be two presentations, One, on Global Files Systems the key component to large reliable data storage systems. The second talk will on a comprehensive study that will provide a unique insight into the Linux HPC market from the users perceptive. [...]

Appro Extends Leadership in High-Performance Computing
Thursday October 07 2004 @ 09:05PM EDT views: 211
Appro offers services to allow customers to increase capacity on demand [...]

Appro Ships 500-node Linux HyperBlade Clusters
Thursday October 07 2004 @ 08:59PM EDT views: 243
Appro helps to Drive Industry-wide Adoption of AMD Opteron processor-based Servers [...]

Appro Launches High-Performance Storage Systems
Thursday October 07 2004 @ 08:49PM EDT views: 269
Modular and flexible Storage systems to deliver excellent performance for high-density environments [...]

Appro’s Cluster Technology Demonstrations at SEG 2004
Thursday October 07 2004 @ 08:18PM EDT views: 232
Milpitas, CA - October 08, 2004 - Appro (http://www.appro.com), a leading provider of high-performance enterprise computing systems will be showcasing cluster technology demonstrations at the SEG show Denver, CO, October 10-13, 2004. [...]

SteelEye Technology releases LifeKeeper for LAMP
Wednesday October 06 2004 @ 04:38PM EDT views: 352
New solution delivers high availability for web sites running on Linux, Apache and MySQL with Perl, PHP, Python (LAMP) [...]

zSeries and iSeries Servers in the Grid Domain
Tuesday October 05 2004 @ 12:52PM EDT views: 212
IBM zSeries mainframe and iSeries mid-range servers have important roles to play as resources and clients in the grid computing domain. [...]

POWER5+ versus Intel Montecito - The Niche Battle
Monday October 04 2004 @ 11:49AM EDT views: 276
The Inquirer: AS THE NERDS and related gangs descended on yet another IDF earlier this month, there would have been a few among them interested in the Itanium futures - not too many probably, looking at the platform's popularity (or lack of it) right now. While 'revolutionary' stuff like Alpha-inspired Tukwilla is still beyond the horizon in far-future 2007 or beyond, the near-term promises to restore Itanium's performance and cost competitiveness rests with the Montecito and its related cousins, due next year. [...]

Distributed Parallel Programming for Java
Monday October 04 2004 @ 11:00AM EDT views: 222
Distributed Parallel Programming Environment for Java (DPPEJ) is a set of tools and technologies for developing simple, distributed, parallel applications using the Java [...]

Cray Targets CAE Market with New Cray XD1 Opteron/Linux-based Supercomputer
Monday October 04 2004 @ 08:36AM EDT views: 311
TMC.net: Cray Targets CAE Market with New Cray XD1 Supercomputer; Innovative Opteron/Linux-based Supercomputer Delivers Leading CAE Performance from Under $100,000 [...]

Linux Networx Adds Datacenter Environmental Modeling to Professional Services Offering
Monday October 04 2004 @ 08:28AM EDT views: 221
Salt Lake City, Sept. 15, 2004 - Linux Networx announced today a new professional service that provides detailed simulations of the airflow in current and proposed data centers. By partnering with Fluent Inc, the market leaders in computational fluid dynamics (CFD), Linux Networx can provide detailed CFD animations of datacenter airflow by running Fluent’s Airpak modeling software on a Linux Networx Evolocity® cluster. Airpak simulations reveal the airflow and temperature distribution in a datacenter to better understand potential ventilation problems before a computing system is installed. [...]

Goodbye Paracel
Monday October 04 2004 @ 07:57AM EDT views: 216
"A Notice To Our Customers
As of September 28, 2004 Paracel, Inc. discontinued all operations, with the exception of ongoing support to its current contract customers. As we begin the phase down of Paracel, we will be in contact with you to discuss our continuing support of your Paracel hardware and software products." [...]

Linux and the AMD64
Sunday October 03 2004 @ 10:17PM EDT views: 236
Linux Magazine: Linux was created on the first 32-bit CPU in the x86 CPU family, the 80386. Since then, computing has evolved substantially, and while 32-bit computing remains adequate for many purposes, its days are nearing an end. Increasing demand for RAM will soon dictate a shift to 64-bit architectures. [...]

Intel programming tools reach new 64-bit chips
Saturday October 02 2004 @ 01:58PM EDT views: 184
ZDNet: Intel has begun selling programming tools that let developers create software that supports 64-bit x86 chips, an important step in making the new generation of processors useful. [...]

Gitex Dubai Hosts Latest Intel, AMD Platforms From Tyan
Saturday October 02 2004 @ 12:01AM EDT views: 327
GITEX DUBAI 2004, October 3rd, 2004 - Tyan(r), a world leader in server and workstation technology, plans to showcase leading-edge platform and system solutions at GITEX, the largest global IT event for the Middle East region. The GITEX DUBAI event for 2004 is set to take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre Complex with a record number of attendees for this year's event. [...]

New Golden Eggs: Rocks Cluster 16 Node and Rocks Cluster 64 Node, DL145 Opterons
Thursday September 30 2004 @ 05:54PM EDT views: 415
Two new Golden Egg Visuals have been developed by Matti. Both consist of DL145 Opteron nodes, one 16-22, the other has 64 nodes. Both clusters are running PACI Rocks Cluster Distribution 3.2.0 (Linux). These are detailed diagrams with extensive equipment lists. [...]

Hitachi and HP Offer Industry-First High-Performance 300 Gigabyte Drives for Server and Storage
Wednesday September 29 2004 @ 07:51AM EDT views: 221
SAN JOSE, Calif. & PALO ALTO, Calif., Sep 29, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST) and HP (NYSE:HPQ) (Nasdaq:HPQ) today announced availability of the industry's first storage and server solutions offering high-performance 300 gigabyte (GB) Fibre Channel and SCSI disk drive capacity. HP will offer the Hitachi Ultrastar 10K300 Fibre Channel drive in the HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array (EVA) and the Ultrastar 10K300 SCSI drive in industry-standard HP ProLiant servers and the HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array (MSA) family. The Ultrastar 10K300 offers a valuable combination of capacity, reliability and ease of integration. [...]

IBM supercomputer sets world speed record
Wednesday September 29 2004 @ 01:00AM EDT views: 268
News.com: An IBM machine has reclaimed the title of world's fastest supercomputer, overtaking a Japanese computer that had caused shock waves at U.S. government agencies when it set a computing speed record in 2002. [...]

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