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Appro's HPC Blade Servers and Workstations to Support New Processor Speed of Dual-Core Opteron
Tuesday September 27 2005 @ 08:53AM EDT views: 42
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: 46
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: 54
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: 51
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: 44
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: 43
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: 51
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: 51
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: 61
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: 62
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. [...]


Mellanox Powers World-Class Sockets Performance Over 20Gb/s InfiniBand Links
Monday September 26 2005 @ 07:50AM EDT views: 71
Mellanox Technologies Ltd, the leader in business and technical computing interconnects, announced Zero-Copy (ZCopy) Sockets Direct Protocol (SDP) running over InfiniBand fabrics can generate double the data throughput between clustered server nodes, while reducing the overall CPU utilization by up to a factor of ten when compared to other solutions. Mellanox InfiniBand fabric products are the only low-latency, high-performance 20Gb/s interconnect solutions that offload transport processing in hardware. [...]


Scalable Systems integrates Sun N1GE into the Rocks Cluster Distribution
Friday September 23 2005 @ 12:14PM EDT views: 90
ComputerWorld: Singapore-based Scalable Systems, a high performance computing (HPC) company today announced the immediate availability of the Scalable Rocks Enterprise (N1GE Edition) that incorporates the Sun N1 Grid Engine cluster software.Singapore-based Scalable Systems Pte. Ltd, a high performance computing (HPC) company today announced the immediate availability of the Scalable Rocks Enterprise that incorporates the Sun N1 Grid Engine cluster software. The new Scalable Rocks Enterprise Edition includes a 100% web-enabled cluster management console (RxConsole) to manage a Rocks cluster, a new Rocks web-services framework for user and jobs management, embedded enterprise Linux and the Sun N1 Grid Engine – one of the most feature rich and robust schedulers. [...]


Re. the future of thin-client, on-demand mobile devices / Grid infrastructure
Friday September 23 2005 @ 11:54AM EDT views: 56
InfoWorld - Grid Meter: ..."Shazam uses a very low-latency architecture (a big Linux cluster running diskless on commodity, 64-bit hardware). When a user submits a music quiery (an applet sitting on the phone does a short recording and sends an audio file to the Shazam service, via Java), the request goes to the master node, then gets multicasted over TCP/IP to a 'recognition cluster.' The nodes in the recognition cluster are filled with hash tables containing indeces of the music."... [...]


Parallel Text Searching on a Beowulf Cluster using SRW
Friday September 23 2005 @ 11:48AM EDT views: 61
While the news is full of reports of the success of the Internet search engines at searching billions of web pages at prices so low that they can afford to give the searching away for free, such affordable searching is not common in the rest of the world. What searching is available in the rest of the world is not scalable, not cheap or not fast. Often it suffers from a combination of those flaws. [...]


College of Computing at Georgia Tech Unveils Two New Dell Supercomputing Clusters
Wednesday September 21 2005 @ 03:00PM EDT views: 189
The College of Computing at Georgia Tech has installed two Dell high-performance computing clusters (HPCC) at its campus in Atlanta . These supercomputing clusters are made up of 64 and 128 Dell PowerEdge™ 1850 servers, respectively.
(NOTE: Red Hat Enterprise Linux -kf) [...]


ClearCube and United Devices Partner to Create First PC Blade Grid Solution
Wednesday September 21 2005 @ 08:01AM EDT views: 67
ClearCube and United Devices Partner to Create First PC Blade Grid Solution for Hospitals, Researchers [...]


Clusters Rival Supercomputers
Wednesday September 21 2005 @ 07:59AM EDT views: 61
Red Herring: Georgia Tech gets Dell computing clusters for the type of complex research that used to be the domain of supercomputers. [...]


Google Inc. is looking for talented Linux system engineers
Tuesday September 20 2005 @ 09:08PM EDT views: 153
JOB DESCRIPTION UPDATE: Google Inc. is looking for talented Linux system engineers to join our Google.com Engineering team. [...]


Monkey Talk: Who is Responsible?
Tuesday September 20 2005 @ 04:23PM EDT views: 96
Cluster Opinions and Insights from Cluster Monkey:
The phrase, if I only had one throat to choke often comes to mind when thinking about support for clusters. On the one hand, the history and the nature of clusters promotes a kind-of do your own thing methodology. On the other hand, how is the market ever going to grow beyond the pioneers if we do not have shrink-wrapped turn-key systems with a single point of support? [...]


The CPU’s next 20 years
Tuesday September 20 2005 @ 01:35AM EDT views: 132
InfoWorld: With great respect, you probably won’t be deciding the outcome of the CPU race; not if your normal shopping list has called for backward-compatible, x86 systems (25 percent faster than the previous years’ models) at about the same cost. [...]


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