Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday May 30 2007 @ 06:28AM EDT views: 1030
ServerWatch.com: Appro International focuses on the high performance computing (HPC) marketplace, offering a range of AMD and Intel-based systems. Its products are found in supercomputing, financial trading, scientific, digital content creation and other demanding environments.
Posted by: Hewlett-Packard on Friday May 25 2007 @ 09:20AM EDT views: 1297
Here’s the highest payoff in Las Vegas! Hear from industry experts and HPC users on how the latest technologies in high performance computing can cut your computing challenges down to size. Scale out and cool down.
Posted by: Hewlett-Packard on Friday May 25 2007 @ 08:52AM EDT views: 1319
HP today announced a development that allows high-performance computing customers to interactively render and visualize the huge data sets created by complex simulations and models. By adding the HP Parallel Compositing Library to its Scalable Visualization Array offering, the company has tapped the inherent performance scalability of clusters for network-based pixel compositing.
Posted by: Dana D Booze on Thursday May 24 2007 @ 08:01AM EDT views: 1080
HP today announced two agreements with Cisco that target the fast-growing market of high-performance computing with HP hardware and Cisco’s InfiniBand solutions.
Posted by: Symbio Technologies on Tuesday May 22 2007 @ 11:48AM EDT views: 1083
Symbio Technologies (www.symbio-technologies.com), an innovator in stateless computing, has been named a winner of the 12th annual Averell Harriman International Trade Awards hosted by the World Trade Council of Westchester, the international trade forum of The Westchester County Association (www.westchester.org).
Posted by: Lukasz Wilczynski on Tuesday May 22 2007 @ 06:06AM EDT views: 1095
Krakow, 22th May, 2007 – At the recent OGF/EGEE User Forum conference in Manchester, Pawel Plaszczak, President of GridwiseTech explained strategies for scaling processing capabilities to cut costs, including hooking up to external resources. The session "How Can Business and Industry Profit from Using the EGEE Grid" took place on the fourth day of Europe’s largest Grid event. The conference gathered more than 900 end-users, Grid experts and business representatives.
Posted by: Barbara Jewett on Friday May 18 2007 @ 05:57PM EDT views: 949
Cray Inc. is listening to its customers about their “Pain Points,” says Cray President and CEO Peter Ungaro. A presentation by Ungaro is usually an open and relaxed talk interspersed with humor, interesting insights, and a long-term view. He did not disappoint attendees of the 8th LCI International Conference on High Perfomance Clustered Computing. The focus of his May 17 keynote was “From BeoWulf to Cray-o-Wulf: Extending the Linux clustering paradigm to supercomputing scale.”
Posted by: Barbara Jewett on Thursday May 17 2007 @ 03:35PM EDT views: 909
The LCI Conference's second day continued the discussion of HPC issues. The second day was also a sandwich of hardware and software sessions.
Posted by: Barbara Jewett on Thursday May 17 2007 @ 11:58AM EDT views: 1129
Myricom’s Tom Leinberger, a speaker at the 8th LCI International Conference on High-Performance Cluster Computing May 15 in South Lake Tahoe, California, offered conference participants a fascinating look at the Myri10G, the HPC community’s first seamless, end-to-end clustering and connectivity solution, in a talk titled "A Technically Superior Interconnect for HPC Clusters."
Posted by: Barbara Jewett on Wednesday May 16 2007 @ 11:04AM EDT views: 959
The LCI Conference focus this year is on big clusters. Not necessarily on raw performance per se, but on every other factor required to acquire, host, provision, maintain, and achieve scalable performance for systems as a whole.
Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Monday May 14 2007 @ 08:07AM EDT views: 947
SESSION: Parallel and MPI Debugging and Memory Debugging in Clusters
WHEN/WHERE: May 14 from 8:30am-12pm, LCI Conference, Embassy Suites Hotel Lake Tahoe
WHO: Chris Gottbrath, Product Manager, TotalView Technologies
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday May 08 2007 @ 12:05PM EDT views: 1130
IT Jungle: As vice president of marketing for Hewlett Packard's Industry Standard Server division, which peddles the company's ProLiant rack and tower servers and its Blade System blade servers, Paul Miller has his hand on the steering wheel of the world's largest single server business in terms of the number of customers and units sold each year. Miller took some time out of his schedule recently to shoot the breeze about the X64 biz.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday May 08 2007 @ 11:53AM EDT views: 1086
ServerWatch.com: ..."Although the rx2660 is positioned as a general-purpose server, it is clearly intended to address the processing-intensive workloads found in HPC environments," says Enck. "The HPC market originally embraced Itanium because of its processing power; HP is hoping to rekindle that attraction with this offering."...
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