Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday April 11 2007 @ 01:26PM EDT views: 1061
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 Saturday April 07 2007 @ 02:35AM EDT views: 1043
HPCwire: Natural science can be understood as the process of developing models that predict the behavior of the natural world, and we celebrate as great science the creation of the simplest models that give accurate predictions. Computer architecture seems, over the past decade or two, to have moved in the opposite direction, glorifying complexity at the expense of understandability and predictability, and even performance and usability. Highly speculative out-of-order superscalar microprocessors with north- and south-bridges, graphics adapters and raid controllers have evolved out of what was once the modest domain of hobbyists.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Saturday April 07 2007 @ 01:22AM EDT views: 1424
Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. released a binary distribution of its Parallel Acceleration System (PAS) middleware to High Performance Embedded Computing Software Initiative (HPEC-SI) members for use on a Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) 64-node Linux cluster.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Friday April 06 2007 @ 11:08PM EDT views: 1070
EETimes: Multicore systems-on-chip will force designers to "rethink computer architectures in a most fundamental way," said Anant Agarwal, professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a keynote speaker at the Multicore Expo here Tuesday (March 27). Agarwal discussed how multicore technology will impact the way designers size resources and connect cores, and proposed a new multicore programming approach.
Posted by: David Kanter on Wednesday April 04 2007 @ 03:15AM EDT views: 1018
RealWorldTech: The latest article at Real World Tech takes a dive into the innovative technologies that Intel used inside their "Terascale chip", which was announced at ISSCC 2007.
Posted by: Lukasz Wilczynski on Monday April 02 2007 @ 10:07AM EDT views: 1046
GridwiseTech, a vendor-independent Grid computing expert and Platform Computing, a global leader in Distributed Resource Management (DRM) solutions signed an agreement regarding the Platform Alliance Network Program. GridwiseTech has been officially named an authorized reseller of Platform Computing's products, including Platform LSF family and Platform Symphony.
Posted by: Jill Colna on Monday April 02 2007 @ 09:16AM EDT views: 1020
Etnus LLC, the world's leading provider of debugging software solutions for developers in multi-core computing environments, announced today the TotalView® Multi-Core Debugging Framework, along with a comprehensive, integrated set of software development tools designed to simplify the complexities of multi-core debugging and improve development productivity and quality. The company also announced that it has changed its name to TotalView Technologies to capitalize on the success of its flagship TotalView technology and to reflect its new product strategy.
Posted by: Nan Holda on Friday March 30 2007 @ 01:03PM EDT views: 1017
The Gelato Federation is proud to announce the technical program for the Gelato ICE: Itanium® Conference & Expo to be held on April 16-18, 2007, in San Jose, California. International Itanium architecture experts are scheduled to deliver over 70 top-notch presentations focusing on Linux® on the Intel® Itanium® architecture.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday March 29 2007 @ 08:22AM EDT views: 1124
Penguin Computing, the leader in Linux Cluster Virtualization, today announced that it has closed $9 million in Series 2 financing, led by vSpring Capital, with participation from existing investors, San Francisco Equity Partners, Weber Capital and Convergence Partners.
Posted by: Michael Suess on Wednesday March 28 2007 @ 12:03PM EDT views: 1259
Jeff Atwood at Coding Horror is not the first, but maybe the most popular blog yet to comment on the recent inroads the Playstation 3 has made into the Folding@Home-world.
Posted by: Media Relations on Tuesday March 27 2007 @ 12:17PM EDT views: 1170
Yellow Dog Linux v5.0.1 adds greater than 500 package updates to the next generation Linux operating system released last fall for the Sony Computer Entertainment PLAYSTATION(R)3 with support for the former Apple PowerPC product line.
Posted by: Dana D Booze on Tuesday March 27 2007 @ 08:46AM EDT views: 1068
Panasas, Inc., the leader in
parallel clustered storage solutions for the High Performance Computing
(HPC) market, today announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office
(USPTO) granted the company a new patent for advanced technology in object
storage systems that increases data availability and reliability. Panasas
was awarded U.S. Patent No. 7,191,357 for "hybrid quorum/primary-backup
fault-tolerance model." This innovative technology provides users of
Panasas ActiveStor Parallel Storage Clusters(TM) remarkably fault tolerant
high performance storage solutions.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Monday March 26 2007 @ 12:04PM EDT views: 1202
Virtual Iron Joins HP ProLiant Partner and BladeSystem Solution Builder Programs to Drive Mainstream Adoption of Enterprise-Class Virtualization. Priceline.com and PGA Tour Superstores Leverage Virtual Iron’s Advanced Virtualization and Management Capabilities on HP BladeSystem and ProLiant Servers.
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