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HP Withdraws Intel Itanium 2 Workstations
Friday September 24 2004 @ 01:55PM EDT views: 208
Xbit: HP, one of the world’s largest makers of servers, workstations, desktops and notebooks, said it was going to cease production of Intel Itanium 2-based workstations, citing demand switch to systems with Intel Xeon processors 64-bit capability known as EM64T. [...]


Sun begins pay-as-you-go supercomputing
Thursday September 23 2004 @ 08:11AM EDT views: 205
ZDNet: Sun Microsystems plans to announce a plan Tuesday to let customers rent supercomputing power from its data centers, paying for exactly as much muscle as they need. [...]


Appro Whitepaper: Building High-Performance Linux Clusters
Tuesday September 21 2004 @ 06:02PM EDT views: 271
Appro, a leading developer of high-performance servers and cluster solutions releases a white paper on High-Performance Linux Clusters based on AMD Opteron processors. [...]


Appro Announces Immediate Availability of its Powerful 1U and 4U Quad AMD Opteron™ Server
Tuesday September 21 2004 @ 12:59PM EDT views: 201
Appro Announces Immediate Availability of its Powerful 1U and 4U Quad AMD Opteron™ Server [...]


Beowulf Cluster Computing with Linux, Second Edition
Tuesday September 21 2004 @ 08:08AM EDT views: 255
Linux Journal: Beowulf Cluster Computing with Linux provides a well-balanced discussion that covers the basic design and construction of a Beowulf cluster, as well as how to manage and effectively use one. The breadth of the discussion is the book's only weakness—a lack of depth. The book touches on several topics from networking to programming, but you're going to need other sources on each subject for in-depth discussions. This book can help you define what other resources you need, though. [...]


PathScale EKO Compiler Suite Adoption Accelerates, Passes 1,000 Site Download Milestone
Tuesday September 21 2004 @ 07:39AM EDT views: 208
Sunnyvale, Calif. – September 21, 2004 – PathScale, developer of the world’s fastest compilers for AMD® Opteron™ processor-based Linux clusters, is fast becoming the number one compiler choice for prominent researchers, scientists and engineers who want to achieve the highest performance from their HPC systems. Many of the highest-profile R&D organizations in North America, Europe and Asia have adopted AMD Opteron processors as their HPC platform and have purchased the PathScale EKO Compiler Suite to maximize 64-bit Linux application performance. An important milestone has now been reached with over 1,000 sites downloading the PathScale EKO Compiler Suite. [...]


Breakthrough Pentium4 Server Platform Introduced By Tyan
Monday September 20 2004 @ 05:28PM EDT views: 365
Tyan Tomcat i7221 (S5150) P4 Platform Delivers Incredible Features for the Rackmount Space [...]


Winchester Systems announces FlashDisk
Monday September 20 2004 @ 04:10PM EDT views: 197
Winchester Systems announces FlashDisk OpenRAID with fault-tolerant storage supporting up to 5 heterogeneous hosts sharing a storage pool of 4.8 terabytes. [...]


IBM mocks Itanium server sales - again
Monday September 20 2004 @ 08:00AM EDT views: 263
The Register: Leave it to the third largest Itanium server shop to put things in perspective. [...]


The great 64-bit shootout
Monday September 20 2004 @ 07:51AM EDT views: 276
InfoWorld: Armed with definitive benchmarks, we answer the burning question: Can Intel’s souped-up Xeon match the Opteron in the 64-bit x86 performance? [...]


SiCortex Lands $21M To Develop Next Generation Linux Clusters
Thursday September 16 2004 @ 10:48AM EDT views: 351
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – September 15, 2004 – SiCortex, Inc., a new computer company developing a line of Linux clusters for demanding technical applications, announced today that it has closed a four-way Series A venture capital financing. Polaris Venture Partners led the $21M round along with founding investor Flagship Ventures, and leading venture investors JK&B Capital and Prism Venture Partners. The four firms will invest equally in the Series A. [...]


FSG Announces the General Availability of Linux Standard Base 2.0
Wednesday September 15 2004 @ 05:21PM EDT views: 170
MarketWire: New Standard Will Prevent the Fragmentation of Linux and Increase the Number of Applications Available on the Platform [...]


FSG and Open Source Development Labs Collaborate on Enterprise Linux Standards
Wednesday September 15 2004 @ 05:21PM EDT views: 149
Yahoo: Publication of New LSB 2.0 Standards Unites Two Leading Advocates for Linux in Push to Accelerate Software Vendor Support for Linux in the Enterprise [...]


Meiosys Releases MetaCluster HPC v2.0 with Support for MPI-Based Applications
Wednesday September 15 2004 @ 05:13PM EDT views: 333
Second Generation MetaCluster HPC Now Supports MPI-Applications for Most Demanding High Performance Computing Applications [...]


Real World Tech Roundtable: Q & A session with Horus Designer Rajesh Kota
Wednesday September 15 2004 @ 02:15PM EDT views: 172
RealWorldTech: Online Q & A session with Rajesh Kota. He is the guy who designed the Horus chipset for the AMD K8. It lets the K8 work in 8-32P systems. [...]


IBM Sponsoring Linux on POWER Developer Contest
Wednesday September 15 2004 @ 12:02PM EDT views: 157
A chance to win prizes for doing what you love to do--develop and port open source applications! The Linux on POWER Open Source Developer Contest aims at [...]


Megahertz is Dead, Long Live Dual-Core
Wednesday September 15 2004 @ 08:15AM EDT views: 201
Insight 64: At last week’s semi-annual gathering of Intel’s ecosystem partners, Paul Otellini officially lowered the curtain on two decades of ever-increasing clock frequencies as the principal tactic for increasing the speed of personal computers and servers. [...]


Linux Boosters Look To Keep The OS Together
Tuesday September 14 2004 @ 09:24PM EDT views: 181
TechWeb: Major Linux distributors on Monday said they have agreed to support a single version of the freely exchanged open-source operating system to ensure that it's growing popularity in corporations isn't derailed by fragmentation. [...]


Beowulf founder: Linux is ready for high-performance computing
Tuesday September 14 2004 @ 08:15PM EDT views: 210
SearchEnterpriseLinux.com: Beowulf is 10 years old this month and Donald Becker is a proud parent. Becker created Beowulf clustering while at NASA, providing a less costly but equally effective vehicle (PC clusters) for doing complex mathematical calculations. Previously, that task could only be run on supercomputers. Becker has been instrumental in helping that Linux-based high performance computing software grow up. He founded Scyld Computing in 1998 to redesign the Beowulf software and make it commercially usable. About a year ago, Scyld was acquired by hardware vendor Penguin Computing of San Francisco. Today, Becker is chief technology officer (CTO) of Penguin, which provides integrated hardware/software systems that offer scalable performance. In this interview, Becker discusses the legacy and future of Beowulf and Linux's place in the high-performance computing landscape. [...]


BWBUG Meeting Tuesday the 14th on Data Minning
Tuesday September 14 2004 @ 10:22AM EDT views: 201
Don Becker will be speaking on the Beowulf Community update and Scyld.

The next Beowulf Users Group meeting will be on one of the hottest topics in IT, Data Mining on a Linux Cluster. The presenation will discuss the tools and methods to develop state of the art high performance data mining solutions depolyed on linux clusters "Using Linux Clusters for reliable, fast, scalable and cost effective platforms for data mining solutions." Please join us at 3:00PM this Tuesday the 14th at Northrop Grumman Information Technology Offices at 7575 Colshire Drive McLean, VA 22102. As always parking is free. [...]


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