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HP set to intro giant storage array
Wednesday September 01 2004 @ 07:43AM EDT views: 209
The Inquirer: SOURCES CLAIMED HP is readying the introduction of the XP12000 in a week's time, according to sources close to the action. [...]

MSC.Software Partners with Brembo to Improve Virtual Product Development Tools for Brakes
Tuesday August 31 2004 @ 11:15AM EDT views: 230
Santa Ana, CA – September 31, 2004 - MSC.Software Corp. (NYSE: MNS), the leading global provider of virtual product development (VPD) products including simulation software and services and Brembo, a worldwide brake systems provider, have signed an agreement to develop a customized simulation toolkit, based upon MSC.Marc, to simulate stress and fatigue characteristics of automotive brake pads. [...]

Opteron vs. Nocona: It's the system, stupid
Tuesday August 31 2004 @ 07:34AM EDT views: 420
InfoWorld: If you think AMD’s Opteron and Intel’s Nocona -- or more formally, “Xeon Processor with 800MHz System Bus” -- are cut from the same 64-bit cloth, look closer. Yes, they’re compatible at the instruction-set and register levels; they should be because they’re both based on AMD’s x86-64 specification. But the total system architecture surrounding these chips -- which includes pathways to other CPUs, memory, and peripherals -- exhibits several differences that factor into buying decisions and developers’ platform targeting. [...]

AMD shows off fourway dual core CPU server
Tuesday August 31 2004 @ 07:21AM EDT views: 217
The Inquirer: CHIP FIRM AMD said it is demonstrating a fourway Opteron server using dual processor cores. 90 nanometre technology and silicon on insulator (SOI) technology. [...]

Interview: Linux clusters can have their day vs. supercomputers, part 1
Monday August 30 2004 @ 01:07PM EDT views: 242
SearchEnterpriseLinux.com: Linux clusters can meet the demands of high-performance applications and have advantages over supercomputers, even supercomputers priced to compete with them, says Eric Pitcher, Ph.D., and vice president of product marketing for Linux Networx, a cluster systems provider in Bluffdale, Utah. Pitcher knows both sides of the Linux cluster vs. supercomputer story, having come to Linux Networx after working for Cray Inc. and Cray Research for 15 years. Prior to leaving Cray, he was senior director of technical marketing. In part one of this interview, he champions Linux clusters, citing their productivity and scalability. In part two, he discusses pricing and points out Linux clusters' current shortcomings. [...]

Solve large computing-intensive problems with ZetaGrid
Monday August 30 2004 @ 11:43AM EDT views: 197
ZetaGrid is a grid-computing platform for solving large, computing-intensive problems that can be devided into loosely-coupled units. The interactions, performance, availability, and scalability of this technology are proven in multiple administrative domains involving more than 10,000 computers in a heterogeneous, dynamic environment. [...]

Orion Multisystems Announces the First Computer Workstations Based on Cluster Technology
Monday August 30 2004 @ 07:09AM EDT views: 385
SANTA CLARA, CA - August 30, 2004 - Orion Multisystems, Inc., a company founded by computer industry veterans, today announced two models of the Orion Cluster Workstation, the highest performance general-purpose computing platform that can be plugged into a standard wall outlet and used in an office or laboratory environment. Designed for the individual user, the Orion Cluster Workstation provides supercomputer performance for engineering, scientific, financial and creative professionals who need to solve computationally complex problems. [...]

ATÍPA Delivers Power!
Monday August 30 2004 @ 12:45AM EDT views: 257
Lawrence, Kansas - August 30, 2004 – Atípa Technologies, active supporter of the open source community and leading solution provider in high-performance computing systems, announces the successful deployment of two identical Itanium 2 Linux Clusters to the Department of Energy. Each Cluster consists of 536 Intel Itanium 2 CPUs, 12TB of usable fault tolerant I/O storage. atípa Technologies successfully met every requirement set by the customer including a 90-day delivery cycle. A target for this project was to maximize the performance delivered while staying within budget. atípa Technologies collaborated extensively with Intel to achieve the “biggest bang for the customer buck” in providing on-time delivery, superior quality, and unbeatable prices. atípa Technologies designed each Itanium Cluster with 200 Intel Tiger II 2U chassis installed with dual 1.3GHz Itanium 2 Madison Processors for the compute nodes. Additional compute nodes comprise 34 Intel Tiger IV 4U chassis installed with quad 1.3GHz Itanium 2 Processors for each cluster. The clusters were set up identically, and shipped to two different locations within one week. “Working closely with Intel on this project has given us a totally new perspective of Intel. It allowed us to work with each level within each department, to be more efficient in meeting our customer’s needs,“ stated Mike Zheng, President of atípa Technologies. “I am also excited about our future projects that will build on the working relationships we have established within Intel.” Significant pricing and delivery advantages can be achieved by this cooperative relationship. [...]

Newisys paves way for 16-, 32-chip Opteron servers
Friday August 27 2004 @ 05:33PM EDT views: 217
News.com: Newisys has developed a chip that will allow the Opteron processor from Advanced Micro Devices to compete in the upper reaches of the server market. [...]

Best practices for XML in Java programming
Friday August 27 2004 @ 02:25PM EDT views: 198
The following series of tutorials provides sophisticated topics for manipulating XML documents with Java technology. Author Doug Tidwell shows you how to do tasks such as generate XML data structures, manipulate those structures, and interface XML parsers with non-XML data sources. You will learn how [...]

Improve collaborative build times with ccache
Friday August 27 2004 @ 11:19AM EDT views: 158
The ccache tool improves the build performance by caching the incorporation of header files into source files and therefore speeds the build time by reducing the time required to add in header files with [...]

Linux clustering solutions are flurishing
Thursday August 26 2004 @ 04:31PM EDT views: 221
High-availability solutions for Linux clusters are now available from several Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), and span a range of capability and complexity. HA clusters are expected to become common in the near future. It should no doubt become important as Linux clusters become mainstream. This [...]

Create a Grid testbed portal using Gridscape
Thursday August 26 2004 @ 09:27AM EDT views: 199
When you're setting up a grid, you need a testbed to monitor the status of your resources, but it can take a substantial amount of time and effort to develop a custom grid testbed testbed portal from scratch. [...]

Wednesday August 25 2004 @ 10:49PM EDT views: 217
SysAdmin: Linux has shown a lot of growth in the area of data-centric, high-availability clustering. Most admins are already familiar with computational clusters, known loosely as Beowulf clusters, which are implemented in the form of MPI, PVM, LAM, MOSIX, and other process-sharing and process-distributing technologies. There are also "Web service clusters", such as those distributed in years past by TurboLinux and others. These were typically groups of similarly configured servers that used DNS and round-robin IP address tricks to give the illusion of Web server high-availability to end users. [...]

Investors back PolyServe's Linux cluster hopes with $20m
Wednesday August 25 2004 @ 08:13AM EDT views: 194
The Register: File system start-up PolyServe has secured another $20m in funding that should keep it going after the Linux and Windows cluster markets for some time to come. [...]

Intel Cuts Prices on Pentium, Itanium Chips
Tuesday August 24 2004 @ 12:20PM EDT views: 193
E-Commerce Times: Intel insisted the price-reduction move did not reflect concern that inventories were stacking up too high. Analysts noted that forecasts are for PC sales growth and therefore demand for chips should remain robust at least through the end of this year. In fact, a report released Tuesday by Gartner predicted 27 percent revenue growth this year for chip makers, with the industry growing to $226 billion. [...]

Nuclear science group develops Eclipse-based app on Linux
Tuesday August 24 2004 @ 08:36AM EDT views: 153
LinuxWorld.au: In what appears to be a coup for the IBM-born Eclipse open source Java development framework, the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization (Ansto) has started using it to build a Linux-based desktop application for controlling laboratory instrumentation. [...]

Considering Linux storage Management
Tuesday August 24 2004 @ 08:33AM EDT views: 197
NetworkWorldFusion: With Linux having penetrated the enterprise computer room to the extent that it now runs on everything from the smallest x86 white box server to the largest mainframes, it should be no surprise that almost every storage software vendor these days is making its management offerings available on Linux. Products are now available both from new companies and industry leaders. With some modest research, you can find something suitable for your site no matter whether you work for one of the very largest companies or for something quite a bit smaller. [...]

SKHPC's Latest Take on IPF and Post-Superdome Technology From HP World
Tuesday August 24 2004 @ 01:16AM EDT views: 161
Updated and enhanced versions of presentations regarding HP's plans for IPF and a Superdome Successor [...]

IBM plans to tap HPC users for the IntelliStation A Pro
Sunday August 22 2004 @ 03:09AM EDT views: 181
ExpressComputer: IBM introduced the AMD Opteron-based eServer 325 in June last year. This year the company is all set to extend support for the Opteron processor to the workstation category. R J Hixson, worldwide head for IntelliStations at IBM India, spoke to CHITRA PADMANABHAN about the company’s worldwide launch of the IntelliStation A Pro Opteron processor-based workstation [...]

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