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XLink Announces Release Of ClusterReplica Software
Tuesday August 10 2004 @ 07:09AM EDT views: 196
XLink Technology, Inc., a leading software developer in server management and connectivity solutions, announces the release of ClusterReplica software for Windows 2000/XP/2003 systems. ClusterReplica binds two Windows 2000/XP/2003 machines into one cluster system with automatic failover capability that is critical in ensuring server 24x7 availability and disaster recovery. Utilizing the most up-to-date technology of Snapshot, ClusterReplica is capable of handling real-time, open-file data replication including MS SQL database files and some Windows registry files. [...]


Panasas Names Victor M. Perez President And CEO
Tuesday August 10 2004 @ 07:09AM EDT views: 191
Panasas, Inc., a leader in scalable network storage for Linux clusters, announced the appointment of Victor M. Perez as president and chief executive officer (CEO). Bringing more than 25 years of operational and storage technology leadership to the position, Perez will build on the exceptional customer base and award-winning technology at Panasas to grow customer adoption, secure strategic partnerships and drive product enhancements. [...]


Nasa powers up with supercomputer
Monday August 09 2004 @ 03:57PM EDT views: 186
BBC: The new supercomputer will plug in computing gaps US space agency Nasa is to get a massive supercomputing boost to help get its shuttle missions back in action after the 2003 shuttle disaster. [...]


Use VMware to test your grid application
Monday August 09 2004 @ 12:28PM EDT views: 527
VMware Workstation enables you to create and execute an operating system instance within the confines of a protected environment. You can use this when developing and testing [...]


Clear Skies Ahead for the Weather Channel with Itanium 2 Processor-Based HP Integrity Servers
Monday August 09 2004 @ 08:36AM EDT views: 180
Yahoo Finance: SANTA CLARA, Calif. & PALO ALTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 4, 2004--The Weather Channel, the only national all-weather cable network providing 24-hour-a-day weather coverage to more than 87 million homes in the U.S., is building on a current strategy of running its IT infrastructure on open source technology and has migrated to Intel® Itanium® 2 processor-based HP Integrity servers from proprietary RISC-based platforms. [...]


Rocks cluster management toolkit rolls over new milestones
Monday August 09 2004 @ 08:30AM EDT views: 200
Primeur: The Rocks development team at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) is celebrating two milestones: passing the 50 teraflops mark in aggregate computing power, and the release of version 3.2 of the cluster computer management software suite. [...]


SGI Performance Co-Pilot 2.4.0-1 now available
Friday August 06 2004 @ 07:42PM EDT views: 277
SGI is pleased to announce the new version of Performance Co-Pilot (PCP) open source (version 2.4.0-1) is now available for download from : [...]


SteelEye LifeKeeper Enables High Availability Clustering of Next Generation 64-Bit Linux Systems
Friday August 06 2004 @ 05:31PM EDT views: 304
SteelEye LifeKeeper for Linux version 4.5 certified for Intel® Itanium® 2 and AMD Opteron™ powered servers and blades [...]


Beowulf Users Group Meeting Tuesday Aug 10th in Greenbelt MD
Friday August 06 2004 @ 04:53PM EDT views: 157
Apple Computer will talk about their Clustering Technology. There will be information about the "BIG MAC" which is the 9.6 TeraFlop systems at Virginia Tech and a detailed discussing on Apple's Solution for Data Base Clustering using Oracle. The speakers will be Michael Mills from Apple and Mark Piermarini and Marshall Presser from Oracle. [...]


Call for papers: HPC 2005
Friday August 06 2004 @ 11:41AM EDT views: 292
HPC 2005: High Performance Computing Symposium
Grand Challenges in Computer Simulation - SCS Spring Simulation Multiconference (SMC'05)
April 2-8, 2005, San Diego, CA [...]


All about Linux on the Power Architecture
Thursday August 05 2004 @ 04:29PM EDT views: 177
Linux and IBM POWER-based processors combine to offer a solid platform for a huge range of applications and services, limited only by the needs of business and the imagination of developers. [...]


Harvard Research Group: HP High Performance Computing LC Series Assessment
Thursday August 05 2004 @ 12:54PM EDT views: 202
High performance computing (HPC), a strategic focus for HP, is a broader concept than the term High Performance Technical Computing (HPTC) implies. The introduction of industry standard platforms into this market by HP, IBM, and others heralds the increasingly commercial use of these systems that were previously used almost exclusively for technical applications. Today, RISC/Unix symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) servers and proprietary cluster platforms dominate HPTC, but there is a rapid movement toward Linux industry standard servers and clusters that is underway. [...]


The 'Big Mac' Supercomputer Biz
Thursday August 05 2004 @ 12:48PM EDT views: 207
MacNewsWorld: The hardware was only $5.8 million -- 60 percent of the speed of Earth Simulator for 1.5 percent of its $400 million cost. "But what's really nice about the G5 pizza-box-size servers," Anthony C. DiRienzo, executive vice president at Colsa, says, "is how well they dissipate heat." Apple's engineering stood head and shoulders above the competition on this score. [...]


eRacks Introduces a 4-way Opteron Server
Wednesday August 04 2004 @ 06:24PM EDT views: 262
eRacks Open Source Systems today announces the availability of a quad-CPU 64-bit computing powerhouse, the eRacks/QUADOPT. [...]


Panasas Extends Reach With SICORP Sales Partnership
Wednesday August 04 2004 @ 05:57PM EDT views: 525
HPC Storage Integrator Secures Additional 60 TB at Los Alamos National Laboratory

Panasas, Inc., a leader in scalable network storage for Linux clusters, and SICORP Storage Integrators announced an agreement to jointly deliver the Panasas ActiveScale Storage Cluster to Linux cluster environments. Through this agreement, SICORP, a provider of end-to-end data storage solutions specializing in high- performance and high-availability data centers, will sell and support the Panasas Storage Cluster to its customers nationwide. The partnership has already generated significant customer adoption. Los Alamos National Laboratory is using the Panasas Storage Cluster to provide over 120 Terabytes (TB) of scalable I/O storage for the 1400-node Lightning cluster in support of the Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASCI) program, as well as other supercomputing clusters. Los Alamos recently purchased an additional 60 TB to provide increased storage support for these clusters. [...]


Linux Networx To Build Large Intel Xeon EM64T-Based Clusters
Wednesday August 04 2004 @ 05:53PM EDT views: 415
Linux Networx announced its support of the new Intel Xeon processors with Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology (Intel EM64T). Earlier this year, Linux Networx was selected by the Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program to build a 2,132-processor Evolocity II (E2) cluster for the Army Research Laboratory Major Shared Resource Center (ARL MSRC). When installed this fall, the ARL MSRC cluster will be one of the largest deployments of the Intel Xeon processor with Intel EM64T in a production environment. [...]


Quadrics, Linux Cluster Interconnect Leader, Establishes Local Presence in U.S.
Wednesday August 04 2004 @ 04:47AM EDT views: 243
QS Technology to Serve as Regional Partner and Engineering Support Provider in Quadrics' Most Important Market [...]


Spin up a Linux LiveCD
Wednesday August 04 2004 @ 12:30AM EDT views: 261
Many Linux® distributions have been designed as so-called "LiveCDs," CDs that can be booted directly into working Linux systems. In contrast to "rescue mode" bootable options available with most widely [...]


Penguin Computing Joins PathScale's FastPath Partner Program
Tuesday August 03 2004 @ 08:52PM EDT views: 184
New Channel Partner Signed for World's Fastest 64-bit Linux Compiler Suite for AMD Opteron-Based Systems [...]


Largest Supercomputer Running Linux in the US Military
Tuesday August 03 2004 @ 05:37PM EDT views: 214
Armonk, NY -- August 3, 2004 - IBM today announced that the Army Research Laboratory Major Shared Resource Center (ARL MSRC) is adding a massive IBM Supercomputer to its spectrum of high-performance computing (HPC) systems, further cementing the Center as one of the largest computing centers in the Department [...]


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