Posted by: Dana D Booze on Thursday April 26 2007 @ 07:48AM EDT views: 1008
HP today announced enhancements to its Unified Cluster Portfolio to help simplify and accelerate the configuration, deployment and management of clusters for high-performance computing (HPC).
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday April 25 2007 @ 10:51AM EDT views: 1165
Standford News: The U.S. Army has awarded a $105 million, five-year grant to a multi-institution consortium led by Stanford University to build a new home for the Army High-Performance Computing Research Center. The facility will enable advanced simulations to develop new materials for military vehicles and equipment, improve wireless battlefield communication, advance detection of biological or chemical attacks and stimulate innovations in supercomputing itself. The research may spawn civilian innovations as well.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday April 25 2007 @ 10:36AM EDT views: 1061
ServerWatch: Server Snapshots: Spotlight on Penguin Computing Penguin Computing's initial focus was Linux on Opteron. Now, it meets a wide array of high-performance computing needs through its three server lines.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Monday April 23 2007 @ 06:27PM EDT views: 1079
Scalability.org: We worked on this white paper back at the end of December for AMD. We have significant data that goes along with it, very interesting data, that shows nicely that software and software+hardware accelerated applications can scale. The white paper is here or you can pull it from the AMD site.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Monday April 23 2007 @ 12:27PM EDT views: 1036
DrDobbs: ..."But DARPA doesn't have a monopoly on grand challenges. Lawrence Livermore National Lab, for instance, has its own "Grand Challenge" in which it provides scientific computing facilities for researchers. In the current challenge -- oops, make that "grand challenge" -- the Lab has allocated 83.7 million CPU hours to 17 research projects ranging from astrophysics, chemistry, materials, and biosciences to earthquake and climate simulation on Lab supercomputers."...
Posted by: Dana D Booze on Monday April 23 2007 @ 10:35AM EDT views: 1267
InfoWorld: Once the domain of monolithic, multimillion-dollar supercomputers from Cray and IBM, HPC (high-performance computing) is now firmly within reach of today's enterprise, thanks to the affordable computing power of clustered standards-based Linux and Microsoft servers running commodity Intel Xeon and AMD Opteron processors. Many early movers are in fact already capitalizing on in-house HPC, assembling and managing small-scale clusters on their own.
Posted by: Jill Colna on Monday April 23 2007 @ 09:52AM EDT views: 1089
TotalView Technologies, the world's leading provider of debugging and analysis software solutions for the multi-core age, announced today that the company has partnered with CINECA on the HPC-Europa Project.
Posted by: Lukasz Wilczynski on Monday April 16 2007 @ 09:27AM EDT views: 1069
GridwiseTech, a vendor-independent Grid computing expert, released an exclusive report on Grid-Compliant Open Source Portals.
Posted by: Dana D Booze on Friday April 13 2007 @ 12:44PM EDT views: 1075
HPCwire: The 8th LCI International Conference on High Performance Clustered Computing is taking place on May 15-17 in South Lake Tahoe, California. The four-day even includes tutorials, vendor talks, and a variety of technical presentations. Recently we got the opportunity to talk with the conference chairman, The Portland Group's Dave Norton, to ask him about the kinds of sessions and other activities that are scheduled for the event next month.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday April 12 2007 @ 07:18PM EDT views: 997
Bringing industry leaders and customers together, DICEAlliance '07 is a two-day, networking conference focusing on the biggest time-consuming bottlenecks impeding data management in High Performance Computing (HPC)
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday April 12 2007 @ 11:41AM EDT views: 1467
High Performance and High Throughput Computing Systems Administrator Certification and Developer Training. All classes in Washington, DC.
April 17-20: Introduction to Beowulf Design, Planning, Building and Administration
June 4-5: Advanced Sun Grid Engine Configuration and Administration
June 6-8: Intermediate Beowulf Administration and Optimization
June 11-13: Advanced Condor Job Scheduler Configuration and Administration
July 16-20: Introduction to Parallel and Distributed Programming
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday April 12 2007 @ 11:06AM EDT views: 1314
CNews.ru: The Russian high-performance computing market doubled in 2006. Market players say growth rates will be similar in the coming few years. The only distinguished Russian player on the market is the T-Platforms company. It intends to take the leading position on it, 40%-45%. The company managed to occupy 1/3 of the new Top50 CIS supercomputers rating and thus grade up to IBM.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday April 12 2007 @ 07:40AM EDT views: 1092
BusinessWeek.com: New initiatives are starting to bring the transformative benefits of supercomputer power to small and midsize businesses.
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