Posted by: Lukasz Wilczynski on Friday June 22 2007 @ 05:47AM EDT views: 994
Krakow, June 21, 2007 -- At the forthcoming International Supercomputing Conference in Dresden (26-29th of June), GridwiseTech, a vendor-independent expert on scalable solutions, will present demo versions of applications for selected business sectors. At the booth D16, visitors will have a unique chance to see mobile access to grid-complied applications.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday June 20 2007 @ 01:14PM EDT views: 979
Metacomp Technologies is a leading provider of
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and other
analytical software tools for major aerospace,
defense, and automobile manufacturers as well as
other companies that require complex modeling
during research and development. Working with
system integrator PSSC Labs, Metacomp
Technologies upgraded to AMD OpteronT
processor-based servers in 2004, and has
continued to build new, AMD based clusters using 64-bit, dual-core technologies.
Posted by: Matti Patari on Wednesday June 20 2007 @ 01:05PM EDT views: 954
This is a brand new HP Integrity, rx2660-rx8640 visualization matrix on three (3) pages. Number of CPUs, memory, disk drives, PCI-slots, etc are all shown. Nice to understand when comparing system boxes. The front page includes also direct pointers to more detailed Golden Eggs documents for each system.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday June 19 2007 @ 11:47AM EDT views: 1145
Linux Magazine: In a perfect world, everyone would have their own supercomputer. Sadly, we don't live in a perfect world, and so clusters and other high performance computing systems tend to be shared resources.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday June 19 2007 @ 11:45AM EDT views: 1026
Linux Magazine: Just like there are "urban legends" that never seem to die, so it seems there are "cluster urban legends" that persist even today.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday June 19 2007 @ 11:36AM EDT views: 1175
Thursday, June 20, 2007, 1:00 PM EST / 10:00 AM PST
Building affordable, balanced clusters without sacrificing performance is the challenge facing everyone in high-performance computing. But what really drives performance in today's HPC systems?
Posted by: Cliff Winckless on Tuesday June 05 2007 @ 06:00PM EDT views: 1262
It is only through close cooperation between seismic research and computer engineering that we can provide computing speed to meet the increasing demands of oil and gas exploration.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday June 05 2007 @ 05:20PM EDT views: 953
CIO: As the competition intensifies between AMD and Intel, five server experts weigh in on whether one company's servers should dominate the data center. There's no easy answer.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday June 05 2007 @ 05:15PM EDT views: 989
Intel Corporation today announced the availability of two software products that help developers efficiently create more reliable, high-performing applications that speed up a computer's responsiveness.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday June 05 2007 @ 05:13PM EDT views: 1617
Byte & Switch: Blade Network Technologies has supplied Hewlett-Packard with a 10-Gbit/s Ethernet switch blade for HP's BladeSystem servers.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday June 05 2007 @ 03:35PM EDT views: 1219
Platform Computing today announced LSF 7.0.1, the latest version of its workload management software. LSF 7.0.1 simplifies the job of LSF administrators by providing tools that enable more informed decision-making, fueling business and application performance by optimizing existing resource infrastructure.
Posted by: Maria McLaughlin, Appro on Tuesday June 05 2007 @ 02:59PM EDT views: 900
Appro announced today that eWEEK, a Ziff Davis Media publication and one of the IT industry's leading enterprise magazines, has named Appro 1U Quad XtremeServer a finalist in eWEEK's seventh Annual Excellence Awards program, in the Server Hardware category. Winners will be announced on June 11th at eWEEK.com, and will be published in a special report in the June 25th edition of eWEEK.
Posted by: Alex Lesser on Sunday June 03 2007 @ 10:05PM EDT views: 1076
After evaluating major suppliers of clustering hardware and software such as HP, IBM,
and Sun as well as third-party system integrators, Dartmouth selected PSSC Labs.
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