SpyderByte.com ;Technical Portals 
      
 News & Information Related to Linux High Performance Computing, Linux Clustering and Cloud Computing
Home About News Archives Contribute News, Articles, Press Releases Mobile Edition Contact Advertising/Sponsorship Search Privacy
HPC Vendors
Cluster Quoter (HPC Cluster RFQ)
Hardware Vendors
Software Vendors
HPC Consultants
Training Vendors
HPC Resources
Featured Articles
Cluster Builder
Beginners
Whitepapers
Documentation
Software
Lists/Newsgroups
Books
User Groups & Organizations
HP Server Diagrams
HPC News
Latest News
Newsletter
News Archives
Search Archives
HPC Links
ClusterMonkey.net
Scalability.org
HPCCommunity.org

Beowulf.org
HPC Tech Forum (was BW-BUG)
Gelato.org
The Aggregate
Top500.org
Cluster Computing Info Centre
Coyote Gultch
Dr. Robert Brown's Beowulf Page
FreshMeat.net: HPC Software
SuperComputingOnline
HPC User Forum
GridsWatch
HPC Newsletters
Stay current on Linux HPC news, events and information.
LinuxHPC.org Newsletter

Other Mailing Lists:
Linux High Availability
Beowulf Mailing List
Gelato.org (Linux Itanium)

LinuxHPC.org
Home
About
Contact
Mobile Edition
Sponsorship

Latest News

TotalView Technologies and James River Technical Partner
Posted by: Gayle Procopio on Monday January 26 2009 @ 11:26AM EST views: 994
JRTI to Provide TotalView Products and Services to Academic Community in North America.

TotalView Announces TotlView Support for HP Cluster Platform Worlgroup Systems
Posted by: Gayle Procopio on Monday January 19 2009 @ 11:43AM EST views: 910
The TotalView debugger now supports the HP Cluster Platform Workgroup system, built on the HP BladeSystem c3000 architecture. TotalView’s debugging capabilities coupled with the high-performance compute power of the HP Cluster Platform Workgroup System enable workgroups and midsize development teams to easily and cost-effectively test complex, data-intensive applications.

Scalable Informatics 10% sale for high performance storage systems
Posted by: Joe Landman on Monday January 19 2009 @ 08:44AM EST views: 796
Through February 28th, 2009, purchase a Scalable Informatics JackRabbit or Delta-V high performance storage system in any configuration and receive a 10% discount.

SCaLE 7x announces speakers and keynotes, as early bird registration draws to a close
Posted by: Ilan on Saturday January 17 2009 @ 12:36AM EST views: 834
SCaLE 7x has announced the conference line up for their February 20-22, 2009 event in Los Angeles. The keynote speakers will include, Joe 'Zonker' Borckmeier and Bradley Kuhn. A full list of speakers and exhibitors is now available online. In addition to the 45+ speakers at SCaLE, there will be a number of presentations on niche topics at the SCaLE mini-confereinces.

Symbio Technologies Introduces Two New Stateless Thin Clients
Posted by: Lew Tischler on Thursday January 15 2009 @ 08:25AM EST views: 1134
Symbio Technologies greeted the New Year by adding two new stateless thin clients to its product line.

ITTIA releases relational embedded database for Freescale i.MX processors
Posted by: Ryan Phillips on Wednesday January 14 2009 @ 01:22PM EST views: 809
ITTIA today announced availability of ITTIA DB-SQL for the i.MX family of application processors from Freescale Semiconductor. With high performance and a rich set of integrated features, the combination of the ITTIA DB-SQL relational database and i.MX application processors offers design engineers a flexible solution for data-rich wireless devices.

NVIDIA RELEASES VERSION 2.1 BETA OF THE CUDA TOOLKIT AND SDK
Posted by: Liaison PR on Friday December 19 2008 @ 12:52PM EST views: 863
NVIDIA has announced the availability of version 2.1 beta of its CUDA toolkit and SDK. This is the latest version of the C-compiler and software development tools for accessing the massively parallel CUDA compute architecture of NVIDIA GPUs. In response to overwhelming demand from the developer community,

NVIDIA First to Offer Full Support for OpenGL 3.0
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Tuesday December 16 2008 @ 03:40PM EST views: 970
NVIDIA announced the release of fully supported drivers for OpenGL 3.0 for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Linux on its select GeForce and Quadro solutions, making NVIDIA the first hardware developer to offer full support of the Khronos Group's new cross-platform 3D graphics standard.

Mathematica Player 7 Released
Posted by: Jennifer Peterson on Tuesday December 09 2008 @ 06:00PM EST views: 1076
Mathematica Player 7: The Free Player Adds a Mathematica 7 Engine

December 9, 2008, Champaign, Illinois--Wolfram Research today announced the release of Mathematica Player 7, a free download that allows anyone anywhere to interact with dynamic documents and applications using new Mathematica technology.

In


NVIDIA Adds OpenCL to its Industry Leading GPU Computing Toolkit
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Monday December 08 2008 @ 08:51PM EST views: 953
NVIDIA announced its full support for the newly released OpenCL 1.0 specification from the Khronos Group. CUDA, NVIDIA's revolutionary parallel computing architecture, will seamlessly run OpenCL, offering NVIDIA developers another powerful programming option.

CUDA Cleans up at Supercomputing Industry Awards
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Monday December 08 2008 @ 07:40PM EST views: 898
NVIDIA Tesla GPUs and the NVIDIA CUDA architecture were recognized in multiple award categories at this year's Supercomputing conference, a significant indicator of the impact of GPU Computing technology in the HPC industry.

Progeniq Announces Acceleration of High-Performance Computing Applications Across Industries
Posted by: Senthil Kumar on Thursday December 04 2008 @ 04:23AM EST views: 959
Progeniq Pte Ltd, announced the launch of the "Powered-By-Progeniq" program. Under this program, organizations can engage Progeniq to optimize their computational workflows. Progeniq will profile the applications run on the end-users' cluster to identify bottlenecks and accelerate them on FPGA and multi-core CPU processors.

Scalable Informatics Enables Companies To Do More While Spending Less
Posted by: Joe Landman on Wednesday December 03 2008 @ 09:43AM EST views: 739
Scalable Informatics Enables Companies To Do More While Spending Less With Low-Cost High Performance Storage Appliances

Equalizer 0.6 brings scalability to RTT
Posted by: Stefan Eilemann on Wednesday December 03 2008 @ 09:41AM EST views: 708
We are pleased to announce the release of Equalizer 0.6, a major advance in parallel OpenGL rendering, supporting:
  • Automatic 2D and DB load-balancing
  • DPlex (time-multiplex) compounds
  • Paracomp compositing backend


TotalView for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3
Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Monday December 01 2008 @ 09:33AM EST views: 975
TotalView® to Work with New GCC 4.3 Compiler with OpenMP3 Conformance

[<< Prev] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 [Next >>]

 

Affiliates

Cluster Monkey

HPC Community


Supercomputing 2010

- Supercomputing 2010 website...

- 2010 Beowulf Bash

- SC10 hits YouTube!

- Louisiana Governor Jindal Proclaims the week of November 14th "Supercomputing Week" in honor of SC10!








Appro: High Performance Computing Resources
IDC: Appro Xtreme-X Supercomputer Blade Solution
Analysis of the Xtreme-X architecture and management system while assessing challenges and opportunities in the technical computing market for blade servers.

Video - The Road to PetaFlop Computing
Explore the Scalable Unit concept where multiple clusters of various sizes can be rapidly built and deployed into production. This new architectural approach yields many subtle benefits to dramatically lower total cost of ownership.
White Paper - Optimized HPC Performance
Multi-core processors provide a unique set of challenges and opportunities for the HPC market. Discover MPI strategies for the Next-Generation Quad-Core Processors.

Appro and the Three National Laboratories
[Appro delivers a new breed of highly scalable, dynamic, reliable and effective Linux clusters to create the next generation of supercomputers for the National Laboratories.

AMD Opteron-based products | Intel Xeon-based products



Home About News Archives Contribute News, Articles, Press Releases Mobile Edition Contact Advertising/Sponsorship Search Privacy
     Copyright © 2001-2012 LinuxHPC.org
Linux is a trademark of Linus Torvalds
All other trademarks are those of their owners.
    
  SpyderByte.com ;Technical Portals