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LynuxWorks and Verari Systems Software Team Up
Tuesday September 13 2005 @ 11:47PM EDT views: 67
Verari's Platform-independent Supercomputer Software Combined with LynuxWorks' Proven Real-Time Operating System Enable Advanced Military Imaging Applications to be Deployed with Reduced Footprint and at a Lower Cost [...]

Orion decouples 30 per cent of staff
Tuesday September 13 2005 @ 11:45PM EDT views: 61
The Register: Orion Multisystems - the dominant player in the desktop cluster market - has gone through its first major round of layoffs, as the company tries to tighten its bottom line. [...]

Clustered Storage: Improved Utility for Production Computer Clusters
Tuesday September 13 2005 @ 11:44PM EDT views: 71
CTR: With origins in the DARPA Strategic Computing program of the mid-1980s, Beowulf-class cluster computing has evolved as the dominant approach for developing high performance computing systems. In recent years, once prevalent vector computers from the likes of Cray, Convex, Alliant, Fujitsu, and others, have given way to cluster computing configurations for even the most aggressive computing applications. Top500.org, which tracks the most powerful computing systems in the world, recently reported that nearly 70% of the fastest computer systems in the world are now labeled as cluster configurations. This trend has been steadily increasing over the last few years. [...]

Sun Launches Blockbuster Family of Industry-Standard, x64 Enterprise-Class Systems
Tuesday September 13 2005 @ 11:42PM EDT views: 102
Code-named 'Galaxy,' Latest Sun Fire x64 Servers are One-and-a-Half Times the Performance, Half the Power, One-Quarter the Size; New Sun Grid Rack Systems Accelerate Grid Implementation and Deployment Time by Up to 90 Percent [...]

Gelato to Promote Linux Itanium at Brazil Meeting
Tuesday September 13 2005 @ 05:37PM EDT views: 44
The Gelato meeting titled "The Itanium ERA: Education, Research, Application" will be held October 2-5 at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS) in Porto Alegre, Brazil. We will address current high-performance computing issues and collaborative solutions specific to Linux on the Intel Itanium processor through two dozen presentations by key Itanium developers, researchers, and end users; formal papers; poster sessions; and the exchange of information in formal and informal settings. [...]

Cluster Resources announces new documentation features
Tuesday September 13 2005 @ 12:14PM EDT views: 50
Cluster Resources released new PDF and web based documentation for TORQUE Resource Manager*, their open source resource manager, Maui Cluster Scheduler, an open source, configurable tool that improves cluster performance, and Moab Cluster Suite, a professional program that enhances cluster management. [...]

African Software Gains Global Popularity
Friday September 09 2005 @ 10:22PM EDT views: 110
IPS: ..."Linux has been described as the most popularly used operating system that most users don't know that they use every day. Google.com's search engine is driven entirely on a giant Linux cluster. Amazon.com, eBay and a great many other Web sites are run on Linux systems."... [...]

DARPA, HPCwire Announce HPC Challenge
Thursday September 08 2005 @ 05:38PM EDT views: 57
The DARPA High Productivity Computing Systems Program and HPCwire are pleased to announce the first annual HPC Challenge Award Competition, http://www.hpcchallenge.org . The goal of the competition is to focus the HPC community's attention on developing a broad set of HPC hardware and software capabilities that are necessary to productively use HPC systems. [...]

Autonegotiation, diskless, PVFS, multicast discussions
Thursday September 08 2005 @ 02:07PM EDT views: 66
ClusterMonkey.net: There are a huge number of mailing lists available on the Internet. The Beowulf mailing list is a resource for the cluster community. This column will summarize and expand on issues that have been discussed on the Beowulf list and also include issues from other mailing lists that are useful and pertinent to clusters. In this column we visit the Bioclusters, Beowulf, and PVFS lists. We begin our survey in summer of 2003. [...]

Slides from the Stanford University HPC Conference
Thursday September 08 2005 @ 01:08PM EDT views: 102
HPC Clusters: The slides from the Stanford HPC conference are now available... Last Updated (Sunday, 04 September 2005) [...]

IBM Service Updates for Clustering Software
Thursday September 08 2005 @ 11:56AM EDT views: 58
Download service updates for clustering technology as they become available: CSM, GPFS, LoadLeveler, ESSL, HACMP, and HPS. Plus, find a roundup of the ABCs of z/OS programming volumes, the z9/zSeries Connectivity Handbook, and Redbooks on z/OS Diagnostic Data Collection/Analysis and z/OS 1.6 Security Services. [...]

SWsoft to Deliver Server Virtualization Solutions for HP Integrity Servers
Wednesday September 07 2005 @ 01:48PM EDT views: 64
SWsoft, an established leader in server automation and virtualization software, today announced complete Virtuozzo-based server virtualization solutions on Intel Itanium 2 processor-based HP Integrity servers and other HP platforms. Virtuozzo for Linux is now available for HP Integrity servers and will be supported by the HP Developer and Solution Partner Program (DSPP) and other joint technology and go-to-market initiatives. [...]

New Linux HPC .edu Page for University Labs
Wednesday September 07 2005 @ 10:49AM EDT views: 72
I've added a new page for University Labs here. [...]

Engenio to Demonstrate Native InfiniBand Storage System at SNW Europe
Wednesday September 07 2005 @ 09:23AM EDT views: 61
Engenio Information Technologies, a global provider of innovative and highly scalable modular storage systems for the open enterprise, will demonstrate a fully native InfiniBand (IB) storage solution at Storage Networking World (SNW) Europe, which will be held at the Congress Centre in Frankfurt, Germany, September 6-7, 2005. This IB technology demonstration reinforces Engenio's leadership in interconnection technologies and builds on its recent 4Gb/s Fibre Channel product releases. [...]

HPC Industry Pioneer Joins the Company as CTO
Wednesday September 07 2005 @ 09:21AM EDT views: 62
ClearSpeed Technology, a developer of high-performance, low-power, programmable co-processor solutions, today announced that Dr. John Gustafson of Sun Microsystems has joined ClearSpeed as chief technology officer of high performance computing. [...]

Cray XD1 Supercomputer Delivers Three Times More Power to Reconfigurable Computing Applications
Wednesday September 07 2005 @ 09:20AM EDT views: 71
Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. today announced that Cray XD1 supercomputers will support the latest generation of Xilinx Virtex-4 field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), including the Virtex-4 LX and SX platform. The Cray XD1 system is designed to employ the Xilinx FPGAs as advanced co-processors that let users accelerate high-performance computing (HPC) applications involving compute-intensive operations, such as digital signal processing or searching and sorting routines. [...]

Terra Soft Delivers Dual-PowerPC Cluster Node
Friday September 02 2005 @ 12:19PM EDT views: 79
TechNewsWorld: "Collaboration between members of the Power Architecture community like Mercury and Terra Soft continues to deliver new and innovative solutions to the marketplace," said Nigel Beck, vice president of Technology Marketing, IBM. [...]

New Maui Snapshot Improves Open Source Resource Management
Thursday September 01 2005 @ 01:26PM EDT views: 90
Cluster Resources recently released a new Maui snapshot that fixes a number of internal job management issues, improves fault handling and logging, and updates a number of communication protocols to allow better interaction with peer services. [...]

Storage by the cluster
Thursday September 01 2005 @ 10:17AM EDT views: 97
ComputerWorld: Russ Miller runs a monster of a server cluster that eats storage at an incredible rate. The bandwidth requirements alone on his 22TFLOPS system force Miller to look outside the storage box, so to speak, for better throughput and scalability. [...]

AccelerTech: New Motherboards Ready for Testing
Wednesday August 31 2005 @ 05:22PM EDT views: 314
We are shipping our new generation dual/quad motherboard to potential customers for testing. [...]

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