Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday August 04 2008 @ 01:54PM EDT views: 1187
eWeek: Intel describes aspects of its Larrabee microarchitecture, including the design of an x86 processing core developed specifically for the chip. The chip maker explains why its engineers believe the Larrabee processor will usher in a new era of parallel software programming.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday August 04 2008 @ 01:51PM EDT views: 1123
HP today announced that it has shipped its one millionth blade server demonstrating its strong leadership position in the server market's fastest growing segment. According to IDC, HP continues to be the leader in revenue and shipments for the blade market due to grow 45 percent in 20081.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday August 04 2008 @ 01:44PM EDT views: 1097
SiCortex, Inc., today announced the appointment of Christopher Stone as president and chief executive officer. John Mucci, the founding CEO, will continue to serve on the SiCortex board of directors.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Thursday July 31 2008 @ 03:36PM EDT views: 1574
The LSU Center for Computation & Technology, or CCT,
will host a booth at SIGGRAPH: International Conference on Computer
Graphics and Interactive Technologies, the premier conference to
showcase new developments in digital media.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday July 30 2008 @ 05:03PM EDT views: 1390
searchEnterpriseLinux: Donald Becker, an MIT grad who in the 1990s pioneered high-performance computing (HPC) with commodity components, returned to his alma mater recently to update the Boston Linux & Unix User Group (BLU) on the state of HPC and his work to make Linux clusters more powerful, more user-friendly and easier to manage.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday July 30 2008 @ 04:56PM EDT views: 943
eWeek: IBM is preparing to offer its BladeCenter blade system as part of Rackable's ICE Cube modular data center, which some believe has the potential to be part of an IT infrastructure for high-performance computing and Web 2.0.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday July 30 2008 @ 04:54PM EDT views: 1328
BLADE Network Technologies, Inc. (BLADE), announced its new 10 Gigabit Intelligent L3 Switch and 1Gb Intelligent L2 Switch with SmartPanel for NEC SIGMABLADE blade server systems. Now NEC blade servers can provide the high-throughput, low-latency 10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity required for energy-efficient server virtualization workloads and converged "single fabric" networks. Designed for small and medium businesses, BLADE's SmartPanel can be deployed for easy-to-use Gigabit Ethernet connectivity without sacrificing the benefits of embedded Ethernet switching.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday July 30 2008 @ 04:48PM EDT views: 915
ComputerWorld: NASA last week launched a new interactive Web site, jointly developed with the non-profit Internet Archive, which initially combines some 21 separately stored and managed NASA imagery collections into a single online resource featuring enhanced search, visual and metadata capabilities.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday July 30 2008 @ 04:41PM EDT views: 902
EETimes: Hewlett-Packard, Intel and Yahoo have partnered with three research groups to create an open source test bed for research in cloud-computing, the concept of using globally distributed computers as a platform for delivering services. In May, Google and IBM announced a similar research collaboration working with MIT, Stanford, and Carnegie Mellon in a Linux-based environment.
Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Monday July 28 2008 @ 08:57AM EDT views: 886
TotalView Technologies has announced that educational HPC project Edu-Grid, an inter-university joint program led by Northern Iowa University and Earlham College, has been named a 2008 Campus Technology Innovator Award winner by Campus Technology magazine. Edu-Grid uses the TotalView debugger for complex computer science, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and environmental science application development by students and instructors.
Posted by: Kai Staats on Wednesday July 23 2008 @ 02:45PM EDT views: 1014
Available exclusively from Terra Soft Solutions, the YDL PowerStation offers four 2.5GHz IBM 970MP cores, up to 32GB RAM, dual Gigabit ethernet, four USB ports, integrated ultra-fast SAS with 4 hot-swap bays, and both PCI-E and PCI-X slots.
Posted by: M. Rubke on Tuesday July 22 2008 @ 07:37AM EDT views: 1160
System Consultancy Parntners, located in The Netherlands is looking for a LINUX Administrator / Engineer – HPC Specialist. We are prepared to visa sponser the right candidate.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Friday July 11 2008 @ 03:06PM EDT views: 1263
Latest Scyld Clusterware Release 4.2 delivers additional ease of use and reliability to its industry leading suite of provisioning, management and performance features for Linux Beowulf clusters
Posted by: Stu Alexander, Penguin Computing on Friday July 11 2008 @ 09:29AM EDT views: 1087
Combined Scyld ClusterWare and ActiveStor Parallel Storage Provide Integrated Solution to Improve IT Productivity for Linux Cluster Users
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