Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Monday May 07 2007 @ 12:06PM EDT views: 1021
The High Performance Computing (HPC) group is seeking an HPC Systems Engineer to provide support for and help shape the development and implementation of high-performance computing systems and services.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Friday May 04 2007 @ 02:39PM EDT views: 1053
IT-Director.com: Readers of these pages will have noticed that Concertant is described as being both an HPC and an HFC practice. While HPC clearly stands for High Performance Computing, what does HFC mean? The answer is High Functionality Computing. An odd thing to link to HPC? perhaps not. Read on.
Posted by: Laurent Cohen on Thursday May 03 2007 @ 09:08AM EDT views: 1471
The JPPF project announces a new version of their grid computing toolkit, bringing greater reliability and flexibility of the framework's configuration.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday May 01 2007 @ 11:54AM EDT views: 1179
The U.S. Army Research Laboratory has awarded a contract valued at $215 million to a consortium of research groups and universities, including the University of Texas at El Paso, to manage the Army’s High Performance Computing Research Center.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday May 01 2007 @ 11:49AM EDT views: 1034
Stanford University has been
awarded with Storage Networking World's "Best Practices in Storage" Award
for their successful design, implementation and management of a high
performance computing (HPC) infrastructure using Panasas ActiveStor
Parallel Storage Clusters. The award was determined by IDG's Computerworld
Magazine's advisory group and alumni panel.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday May 01 2007 @ 11:21AM EDT views: 1062
SearchStorage.com: The manager of a new supercomputing center at Oxford University said his latest storage choice, Pillar Data Systems' Axiom midrange array, reflects the fact that his high-performance computing (HPC) lab is growing concerned with storage issues once the domain of corporate storage managers.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday May 01 2007 @ 08:53AM EDT views: 1128
Huliq.com: HP today announced that Germany’s Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) has octupled the processing capacity of its HP Cluster Platform supercomputer to advance its scientists’ research in micro and nanotechnology, grid computing, material and energy technology.
Posted by: Ted Kenney on Monday April 30 2007 @ 04:29PM EDT views: 1493
In benchmark test on 160-core SGI Altix server hardware running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9, McObject's 64-bit eXtremeDB-64 in-memory database system (IMDS) scaled past 1 Terabyte in size, ingested data efficiently, and processed more than 87 million queries per second.
Posted by: Jill Colna on Monday April 30 2007 @ 08:17AM EDT views: 1005
TotalView Technologies, the world's leading provider of debugging and analysis software solutions for the multi-core age, today announced the availability of MemoryScape 2.0, a new version of its powerful memory debugger. MemoryScape 2.0 extends the product’s capabilities to allow memory debugging of MPI and remote applications, among other advanced features.
Posted by: Seanodes on Friday April 27 2007 @ 02:33AM EDT views: 1313
Serviware - one of the leading resellers of Linux clustering solutions in France – to distribute the Shared Internal Storage solutions created by Seanodes
Posted by: Seanodes on Friday April 27 2007 @ 02:31AM EDT views: 1063
Emerging from stealth mode, Seanodes reveals its ground-breaking way to share data. SIS. Shared Internal Storage (SIS) is a complete revolution in the shared storage eco-system. It allows users to share application servers’ internal disks in an effective, convenient and affordable way. The obvious outcome of this is a drastic reduction in traditional storage investment needs (SAN, NAS).
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday April 26 2007 @ 10:40AM EDT views: 1050
In honor of their new product offering, JackRabbit 24 TB storage systems are available from Scalable Informatics and partners for $23,830. This is less than $1/GB for a system demonstrating more than 1 GB/s performance on standard IO test cases.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday April 26 2007 @ 08:23AM EDT views: 1019
Scali is offering training for installation, configuration, administration, and programming of Scali Clusters. This course is instructor led and include lectures, hand-outs, and hands-on sessions on clusters.
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