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Rocks+Moab Chosen as Standard Cluster Management Tool on Silicon Mechanics Cluster Configurator
Posted by: Steffanie Martz on Monday November 24 2008 @ 01:19PM EST views: 1822
PROVO, Utah, November 24, 2008—Cluster Resources, a leading provider of high-performance computing (HPC) resource-management and scheduling software, today announced that Rocks+Moab has been chosen as the standard cluster-management tool on the new Silicon Mechanics Cluster Configurator.

ClusterVision Features Five Times on TOP500 List of Supercomputers
Posted by: Matthijs van Leeuwen on Sunday November 23 2008 @ 11:17AM EST views: 1104
ClusterVision, specialist in high performance compute, storage and database clusters, has built five clusters which feature on the latest edition of the prestigious TOP500 list of fastest computers in the world ( This means that ClusterVision has more systems on the list than any other European company. ClusterVision is also the only privately owned company in the world with this many systems on the list.

Cluster Resources Delivers Moab for Cluster Management Utility Software with HP
Posted by: Steffanie Martz on Wednesday November 19 2008 @ 03:32PM EST views: 1301
PROVO, Utah, November 19, 2008 — Cluster Resources today announced that Moab®—its policy-based intelligence engine that integrates scheduling, managing, monitoring, and reporting of cluster workloads—is now compatible with HP Cluster Management Utility (CMU) software—a provisioning tool used to manage

Cluster Resources a Key Player on Team Behind Jaguar Supercomputer at ORNL
Posted by: Steffanie Martz on Wednesday November 19 2008 @ 03:29PM EST views: 1038
Moab helps Jaguar become first open science supercomputer to achieve petascale processing speed

NVIDIA and NEC Collaborate to Deliver GPU Computing Solutions to HPC Market
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Wednesday November 19 2008 @ 01:52PM EST views: 1008
NVIDIA announced that it has begun a close collaboration with NEC to integrate NVIDIA Tesla GPUs into its systems for the high performance computing industry.

NVIDIA Tesla Turbocharges High-Performance Computing Industry with HP ProLiant Servers
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Wednesday November 19 2008 @ 01:51PM EST views: 841
NVIDIA has announced that the Tesla S1070 Computing System is now being offered in the highly successful range of HP ProLiant servers.

NVIDIA and Cray to Deliver Tesla-Enabled Cray CX1 Deskside Supercomputer
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Wednesday November 19 2008 @ 01:49PM EST views: 848
NVIDIA and Cray have announced the availability of the new Tesla-enabled Cray CX1 line of supercomputers. Following is a copy of the press release.

NVIDIA Tesla Gives Bull Customers a Revolutionary Performance Boost
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Wednesday November 19 2008 @ 01:47PM EST views: 1116
NVIDIA and Bull have announced a new partnership to provide the Tesla S1070 GPU Computing System as the accelerator option for Bull's HPC solutions. With this announcement, HPC customers in Europe can now get integrated solutions and services from Bull that combine Tesla GPU Computing solutions with Bull's range of other products for HPC.

Fixstars Launches Yellow Dog Linux v6.1 from SC08
Posted by: Media Relations on Wednesday November 19 2008 @ 12:18PM EST views: 890
AUSTIN, Texas - 19 November 2008 - From the show floor of SuperComputing 2008, booth #1915, Fixstars today released Yellow Dog Linux v6.1 for Apple G4/G5, Sony PLAYSTATION3, PowerStation, and IBM Power Systems. Built upon the CentOS foundation, a derivative of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, YDL v6.1 offers several end-user and development tool improvements over the previous v6.0.

Mathematica 7 Released--Major New Version Integrates Over 500 New Functions, 12 New Application
Posted by: Jennifer Peterson on Tuesday November 18 2008 @ 08:03PM EST views: 1064
Mathematica 7 represents the most rapid development rate in Mathematica's history, with over 500 new functions added in just 18 months. With features to appeal to all of the several million existing Mathematica users and many new fields from weather research to genomics, it promises to attract a lot of interest.

New Star-P Adds Mathematical Library Muscle
Posted by: Melissa Gagne on Tuesday November 18 2008 @ 12:51PM EST views: 738
Interactive Supercomputing launches new version of its Star-P software which has features that makes High Performance Computing applications run faster and users more productive.

Star-P Earns a Coveted HPCwire Award Third Year in a Row
Posted by: Melissa Gagne on Tuesday November 18 2008 @ 12:45PM EST views: 832
Interactive Supercomputing's software platform that speeds parallel application development and deployment receives 2008 HPCwire Readers' Choice Award

IDRIS Chooses TotalView to Aid Application Development on IBM® POWER6™ and Blue Gene®/P
Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Tuesday November 18 2008 @ 08:54AM EST views: 747
TotalView Technologies announced that France’s Institute for Development and Resources in Intensive Scientific Computing (IDRIS) is using TotalView to help improve application development and support advanced research on IBM’s POWER6™ system and Blue Gene®/P.

Acumem launches Acumem ThreadSpotter to help programmers with multithreaded applications
Posted by: Mats Hovmoller on Tuesday November 18 2008 @ 05:28AM EST views: 758
Acumem, a provider of intelligent software for single- and multi-core environments today announces the launch of Acumem ThreadSpotter. ThreadSpotter helps programmers find performance problems especially for multithreaded applications.

Tokyo Tech Builds First Tesla GPU Based Heterogeneous Cluster to Reach Top 500
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Monday November 17 2008 @ 07:01PM EST views: 789
NVIDIA and the Tokyo Institute of Technology announced the use of NVIDIA Tesla GPUs to boost the computational horsepower of Tokyo Tech's TSUBAME supercomputer, placing it amongst the top ranks in the world's Top 500 Supercomputers.

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