Posted by: Alex Lesser on Monday December 24 2007 @ 01:03PM EST views: 1392
Optim has enjoyed the excellent support and maintenance provided by PSSC Labs. The great support and maintenance has given Optim the confidence to invest funds in expanding its computing capabilities.
Posted by: Sandrine L'Hermitte on Friday December 21 2007 @ 09:20AM EST views: 3224
The XtreemOS project is an ambitious effort to reduce the complexity of grid computing to both the grid user as well as the Grid operator/administrator.
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Wednesday December 19 2007 @ 12:25PM EST views: 1381
Acceleware Corp., a leading developer of high-performance computing (HPC) applications, today announced that they will host a seismic market launch event: “High Performance Computing for Seismic Data Processing,” taking place Jan. 30, 2008, in Calgary, Canada.
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Wednesday December 19 2007 @ 12:23PM EST views: 995
NVIDIA Corporation, the worldwide leader in programmable graphics processor technologies, has launched CUDAZone, a community resource dedicated to HPC developers working with GPUs.
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Monday December 17 2007 @ 01:01PM EST views: 986
Acceleware Corp., today announced the event “Investor’s Forum: The High Performance Computing Market,” taking place Jan. 22, 2008 in Toronto, Canada. The Investor’s Showcase will feature industry acclaimed analyst Dr. Earl Joseph, vice president of IDC’s High Performance System presenting information on the significant challenge of high performance computing in a multi-core, parallel programming future.
Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Monday December 17 2007 @ 09:06AM EST views: 988
TotalView Technologies today announced that SGI (NASDAQ: SGIC), a leader in high-performance computing, will make TotalView Technologies’ award-winning debugging product line available to its customers.
Posted by: Lukasz Wilczynski on Wednesday December 12 2007 @ 08:58AM EST views: 1151
GridwiseTech has equipped Fortis Bank Poland with software designed for advanced process flow management in the business intelligence environment. Fortis Bank will be the first bank in Poland to use the enhanced functionality provided by the Platform Process Manager. It has been implemented as part of a project that has been in progress for over a year. The goal of the project is to set up the Information Platform designed for the purpose of building a comprehensive analytical solution.
Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Tuesday December 11 2007 @ 09:16AM EST views: 887
TotalView Technologies has announced that its MemoryScape memory debugger has received the Editor’s Choice 2007 Product of the Year Award from Supercomputing Online, the homepage for high-performance computing, networking and storage professionals.
Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Monday December 03 2007 @ 08:59AM EST views: 893
TotalView Technologies announced that OpenGeoSolutions, a geophysical services company that delivers spectral decomposition, spectral inversion and high-end signal analysis services, has chosen to use its TotalView Debugger to streamline the development of applications built on the company’s OpenSeis processing toolkit.
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Friday November 30 2007 @ 01:34PM EST views: 908
Acceleware Corp., a leading developer of high-performance computing applications, announced that Acceleware has been presented with the “Best New Technology” award by Energy TV’s annual Best of the Best awards.
Posted by: Paulina Czerny on Monday November 26 2007 @ 09:25PM EST views: 1631
The School of Chemistry at the University of Sydney is currently seeking a High Performance Computer Systems Officer to provide system administration for a 600-node cluster serving a number of research groups in Science, Engineering and Pharmacy, and to provide excellent user support to Theoretical Chemistry computational research staff and students.
Posted by: Michael Edwards on Monday November 26 2007 @ 02:00PM EST views: 1410
The team from the University of Alberta took the checkered flag at the first ever Cluster Challenge at SuperComputing 2007. The team was comprised of six student members: Antoine Filion, Paul Greidanus (Student Lead), Gordon Willem Klok, Chris Kuethe, Andrew Nisbet, and Stephen Portillo. Dr Paul Lu, an associate professor from UA’s Department of Computing Science, coached the team.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday November 21 2007 @ 05:12PM EST views: 1176
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