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Linux clusters give HPC price-performance
Sunday August 22 2004 @ 03:05AM EDT views: 204
SearchEnterpriseLinux: High-performance computing (HPC) users are switching from supercomputers to Linux clusters, and enterprise IT shops are getting keen on that idea, too. Linux clusters cut down job times and offer stellar price performance for applications running over hundreds of nodes, according to Alex Rublowsky, product marketing director for PathScale Inc. of Sunnyvale, Calif. In this interview, he explains why HPC on Linux makes sense. [...]

Developing Eclipse based apps on Linux made easier
Thursday August 19 2004 @ 07:50PM EDT views: 191
IDC projects that Linux will run on 25 million desktops by the year 2007. The driving force of this expansion will be applications and products that are enabled to run on the Linux operating system. Eclipse, an open source platform for development tools, makes it easier to deliver applications and solutions [...]

Cray CTO: Linux clusters outshined by supercomputers in HPC, Part 1
Wednesday August 18 2004 @ 05:29PM EDT views: 211
SearchEnterpriseLinux.org: Linux clusters can not offer the same price-performance as supercomputers, according to Paul Terry, chief technology officer of Burnaby, British Columbia-based Cray Canada. In this interview, Terry explains that assertion and describes Cray's new Linux-based XD1 system, which will be priced competitively with other types of high-end Linux clusters. [...]

Set up a grid job scheduler with the Globus Tool
Wednesday August 18 2004 @ 11:20AM EDT views: 181
Grid job schedulers provide advanced clustering capabilities required by today's most demanding applications, like those in e-science or e-business that rely on heavy-duty computing resources -- multiple [...]

Rocketcalc® Introduces Turnkey Unicluster™ Compact Personal Clusters
Wednesday August 18 2004 @ 11:05AM EDT views: 261
Kent, OH August 18th, 2004 -- Rocketcalc announced today the Unicluster family of compact, high-performance GNU/Linux clusters based on the Intel® Xeon™ and AMD® Opteron™ processors. Well-suited to parallel development and high-performance computing [...]

Rocketcalc® Unveils AMD Opteron™ Processor-Based Compact Clusters
Wednesday August 18 2004 @ 11:02AM EDT views: 259

Kent, OH August 18th, 2004 -- Rocketcalc announced today the Saturn series personal cluster computer with AMD Opteron processors. Available with four or eight processors, 8 Gbps total network bandwidth, and up to 64 GB total RAM, Saturn brings impressive computing power to the desktop [...]

Irate Anandtech readers pacified
Wednesday August 18 2004 @ 09:10AM EDT views: 210
The Inquirer: WE REPORTED last week that an Anandtech review - Linux and EM64T; Intel's 64-bit Suggestion - hadn't been very well received by many who had commented on the article. The forums of Ace's Hardware and Slashdot were quick to highlight its shortcomings. With all that negative publicity raging, Anandtech listened to its readership and worked to make amends. Three days after the original piece was published, a new article - Linux [64-bit] Shootout: Opteron 150 vs. Xeon 3.6 Nocona - was released for public consumption. [...]

High Availability Clustering and Linux
Wednesday August 18 2004 @ 08:52AM EDT views: 234
technetra: The Internet helps businesses grow by cutting costs and increasing efficiency. The "always on" nature of the Internet is pushing organizations, such as banks and online stores, to deliver high-availability services to an ever-increasing number of users. In such a context, downtime means an immediate loss of revenue. [...]

Scali: New Product Versions with Increased Scalability for Multi-Platform Clusters and Grids
Tuesday August 17 2004 @ 11:30PM EDT views: 454
Scali, a leader in high performance clustering solutions, announced the 4.3 release of their cluster management (Scali Manage) and message passing interface (Scali MPI Connect) software. The latest version includes support for enhanced scalability, new functionality and the ability to gain greater visibility into cluster/grid operations. The total solution provides increased customer value for large scale Linux-clustering and grid computing with heterogeneous environments in demanding industries such energy, defense, manufacturing and life sciences. [...]

New Linux Networx Computer Systems Help DoD Simulate Battlefield
Tuesday August 17 2004 @ 09:41PM EDT views: 231
Linux Networx announced today that two Department of Defense (DoD) high performance computing centers have each received a 256-processor Evolocity® Linux Networx cluster computing system. [...]

DOD to use Linux clusters for combat simulations
Tuesday August 17 2004 @ 09:39PM EDT views: 169
GCN: The Defense Department has procured a pair of 256-processor Linux clusters to use in simulating global combat operations. The Air Force’s Maui High Performance Computing Center in Hawaii and the Aeronautical Systems Center Major Shared Resource Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force in Ohio will each house a cluster. [...]

HP taps Debian for Carrier Grade Linux
Tuesday August 17 2004 @ 09:36PM EDT views: 222
LinuxDevices.com: HP will supply Motorola with a Carrier Grade Linux version of Debian, as part of a long-term deal announced yesterday. HP chose the free, non-commercial Linux distribution over commercial alternatives in order to expedite feature additions, a company spokesperson said. [...]

HP and Motorola; New High-capacity, Scalable, Standards-based Network Platforms
Tuesday August 17 2004 @ 10:49AM EDT views: 191
Motorola plans to offer next-generation network infrastructure products with powerful HP technologies directly in the call path – including 64-bit HP Integrity servers, carrier-grade Linux and HP OpenCall signaling software [...]

Grid File Replication Manager
Monday August 16 2004 @ 11:55AM EDT views: 294
In a grid environment, it is often desirable to create remote, read-only copies (replicas) of files. Replication can be used to reduce access latency and improve data locality. Replica Location Service (RLS) is a system developed by the open source grid community to maintain and provide access to information [...]

Bioinformatics Benchmark System (BBS) v3 released
Thursday August 12 2004 @ 02:00PM EDT views: 252
Version 3 of the Bioinformatics Benchmark System (BBS v3) has been released. Many new features, bug fixes, and suggested changes have been made. New benchmarks have been added and updated for mpiBLAST, HMMer, NCBI BLAST, and others. [...]

Panasas and SpectSoft make a Linux splash at SIGGRAPH
Wednesday August 11 2004 @ 06:00PM EDT views: 206
NewsForge: LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA -- SpectSoft, creator of open-source Linux high-end digital disk drive recorder (DDR) software, and Panasas, maker of Linux cluster file servers, joined forces at the 31st annual SIGGRAPH conference this week to demonstrate high-performance Linux systems for the digital video and effects industries. This is Panasas's first demonstration of a system for this application, while SpectSoft, a California-based start-up, announced version 1.2 of their application, RaveHD for Linux, with an enhanced user interface. [...]

Globus V3.3 and your future grid solutions
Wednesday August 11 2004 @ 05:59PM EDT views: 180
The new Globus V3.3 release is the latest implementation of the OGSA/OGSI standard for deploying grid applications. But should you use this system or wait around for the first WSRF reference implementation? [...]

Minneapolis Cluster Summit Wrapup
Wednesday August 11 2004 @ 05:07PM EDT views: 196
From: Linux-HA mailing list:

The Minneapolis Cluster Summit came and went 10 days ago, with excellent attendance and high-quality interaction all round. Over the last few days I've been collecting slide presentations and related material onto this page: [...]

How to migrate your company to Linux clusters
Tuesday August 10 2004 @ 07:32AM EDT views: 215
IT Managers: Anyone following the high performance computing industry has probably noticed the growing popularity of Linux cluster systems. The 23rd Top 500 list, a ranking of the world's most powerful supercomputers, reported that clusters make up more than 50 percent of the list. The appeal is easy to understand; Linux clusters are a fraction of the cost of traditional supercomputers while providing blazingly fast performance numbers. Many organizations from national labs to Hollywood special effects shops have reported performance increases that their previous systems couldn't touch. With such widespread appeal and tangible benefits, the migration to cluster systems seems inevitable for many organizations. [...]

Verari Unveils NemeSys X64 Dual Processor Graphics Workstation
Tuesday August 10 2004 @ 07:10AM EDT views: 606
Verari Systems, a premier developer of powerful, platform-independent blade computing systems, announced the NemeSys X64 dual processor graphics workstation, designed to meet the computational and graphics needs of the most demanding technical and creative professionals. [...]

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