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The Future of HPC Clusters
Thursday September 29 2005 @ 12:32PM EDT views: 61
Linux Magazine: High-performance computing (HPC) using clusters has come a long, long way from its early days. Back then, a cluster was a network of disparate workstations, which often sat on people’s desks, harnessed together into a Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) computation. Back then, nascent Beowulf clusters consisted of cheap tower PCs literally stacked up on shelves. [...]

TCS launches innovation Lab for R&D in emerging technologies
Thursday September 29 2005 @ 12:07PM EDT views: 32
iLab to explore 'disruptive' technologies like Grid Computing, Collaborative Software Development and Service Oriented Architectures [...]

OT: Apple's new Workgroup Clusters are a perfect fit
Thursday September 29 2005 @ 09:21AM EDT views: 51
InfoWorld: Apple just rolled out new Apple Workgroup Cluster configurations, which are literally plug-and-go computational clusters. The announcement might have slipped past you because it is being pitched primarily (or at least it was to me) as the Workgroup Cluster for (Bio)informatics, a market segment so rarified that just writing about it gives me a nosebleed. The reality is that Apple Workgroup Clusters have appeal well beyond Apple's vertical science/technology market. It's the first personal cluster, and for me, that's a vision from years ago made very real and very practical. [...]

Industry Leaders PathScale and Voltaire Sign Agreement on Linux Grid and Linux Cluster Solutions
Wednesday September 28 2005 @ 01:43PM EDT views: 48
Highest Performance, Lowest Latency InfiniBand Adapters from PathScale Now Available to Voltaire Customers and Partners Worldwide [...]

High Performance Linux Clustering, Part 1: Clustering Fundamentals
Wednesday September 28 2005 @ 11:33AM EDT views: 138
IBM DeveloperWorks: High Performance Computing (HPC) has become easier, and two reasons are the adoption of open source software concepts and the introduction and refinement of clustering technology. This first of two articles discusses the types of clusters available, uses for those clusters, reasons clusters have become popular for HPC, some fundamentals of HPC, and the role of Linux in HPC. [...]

U. of Nottingham Deploys Level 5 Networks EtherFabric to Accelerate Biophysics Research
Wednesday September 28 2005 @ 08:28AM EDT views: 64
Triples the Speed of Applications in the Lab's High Performance Computing Center, Dramatically Improves Time-to-Market and Return-on-Investment [...]

Streamline Computing recognized as one of the UK’s top 100 technology companies
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 03:02PM EDT views: 99
Streamline Computing awarded 34th position in The Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 [...]

SC|05 September Newsletter
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 11:27AM EDT views: 60
Welcome to the September edition of the SC|05 Newsletter. SC|05 is the premier international conference on high performance computing, networking and storage, sponsored by the ACM and IEEE CS. Here are the highlights from the SC|05 September Edition: [...]

Cluster Resources releases TORQUE 1.2.0p6 with improved configuration and management
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 11:25AM EDT views: 75
Cluster Resources, in collaboration with the TORQUE* user community, recently released version 1.2.0p6 of TORQUE Resource Manager, a resource manager built on the original OpenPBS, which includes over 1,200 patches to make it more scalable and stable. [...]

AMD Powers Ahead with Three New Models of Dual-Core AMD Opteron
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 08:57AM EDT views: 68
Customers now have more Dual-Core AMD Opteron processor performance options available AMD (NYSE:AMD) today announced three new models in the Dual-Core AMD OpteronTM processor family, delivering the world's highest performance for one-way to eight-way x86 servers and workstations. [...]

Appro's HPC Blade Servers and Workstations to Support New Processor Speed of Dual-Core Opteron
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 08:53AM EDT views: 39
Appro, a leading provider of high-performance enterprise computing systems, announces today that Appro's new XtremeBlade, HyperBlade servers and workstations will support Dual-Core AMD Opteron™ processors Model 880 and Model 280. [...]

PolyServe Shared Data Clustering Software Now Supports 64-bit Intel Xeon Processors
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 08:51AM EDT views: 44
File serving and database applications powered by PolyServe Matrix Server shared data clustering software are gaining the performance and memory advantages of the 64-bit Intel Xeon processor with Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology, PolyServe announced today. [...]

Australia's HPC Community Witnesses Full Deployment of Country's Most Powerful Supercomputer
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 08:48AM EDT views: 51
As Australia's scientific community convenes this week to assess the latest trends in computing-based research, the Australian Partnership for Advanced Computing (APAC) announced it has fully completed deployment of its 1,680-processor supercomputer from Silicon Graphics. [...]

Itanium Solutions Alliance Announced
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 08:16AM EDT views: 50
Leading Enterprise and Technical Computing Providers Launch Itanium Solutions Alliance; Broad, New Industry Enabling Programs to Accelerate Delivery of Itanium Solutions to Market [...]

Penguin Computing Altus Servers Offer New Dual-Core AMD Opteron
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 08:12AM EDT views: 43
Linux-Based Enterprise Class 64-bit Altus Servers Reduce Compute Cycles, Accelerate Deployment Time for High-Performance Computing [...]

High-Performance Computing Takes on High Gas Prices
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 08:11AM EDT views: 42
ComputerWorld: Rising oil prices have accelerated the push to develop more-efficient combustion systems. To achieve that goal, scientists need to know more about the complex chemical reactions involved in combustion processes. [...]

Cray and Mitrionics Team to Make HPC Available to a Broader Community
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 08:10AM EDT views: 48
Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) today announced that it is working closely with Mitrionics, Inc. of Lund, Sweden, to provide users of the award-winning Cray XD1™ supercomputer with a fast and simple way to implement application-accelerating field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology. Mitrionics' Mitrion Virtual Processor and Mitrion Software Development Kit make it possible for supercomputer users to program FPGAs integrated into the Cray XD1 system on a true software level, reducing the time and effort to take advantage of FPGA-based computation. [...]

Who's Winning the Server War?
Monday September 26 2005 @ 08:29AM EDT views: 50
BusinessWeek: IBM remains the leader in sales, but Dell boasts the fastest revenue growth, making it S&P's top pick in computer stocks. [...]

How will Linux be leveraged in next-gen supercomputers?
Monday September 26 2005 @ 08:05AM EDT views: 60
NewsForge: Linux is at the top of the world's Top 500 List of World's Fastest Supercomputers, but does it have what it takes to stay there? [...]

ClearSpeed Claims Fastest Chip Crown
Monday September 26 2005 @ 08:00AM EDT views: 59
InternetNews: Those of you who answered ClearSpeed Technology can give yourselves a pat on the back. That's the claim anyway. The fabless semiconductor company plans to demonstrate its CXS600 dual-chip board, running at 50 Gigaflops and a mere 25 watts, at the High Performance Computing on Wall Street conference Monday in New York. A single Gigaflop equals a billion floating-point computer instructions per second, and it's typically used to measure supercomputer performance. [...]

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