Posted by: Jill Colna on Monday March 26 2007 @ 11:25AM EDT views: 1030
Etnus LLC, the world’s leading provider of debugging solutions for high-performance computing environments, announced today that it has added support for TotalView’s powerful memory debugging capabilities to the Cray XT4 supercomputer product line. TotalView is the primary memory debugging solution for this architecture.
Posted by: Dana D Booze on Monday March 26 2007 @ 08:30AM EDT views: 1320
Etnus LLC, the world's leading provider of debugging solutions for high-performance computing environments, announced today that it has added support for TotalView's powerful memory debugging capabilities to the Cray XT4 supercomputer product line. TotalView is the primary memory debugging solution for this architecture.
TotalView is the world's most advanced debugger on Linux, UNIX, and Mac OS X. It enhances developer productivity by simplifying the process of debugging data-intensive, multi-process, multi-threaded or network-distributed applications. TotalView's interactive memory debugger helps find and eliminate memory problems as code is debugged. Since memory debugging capabilities are built-in, it is less intrusive than other memory analysis tools and eliminates the need to switch tools and re-compile.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday March 20 2007 @ 03:26PM EDT views: 1132
designnews.com: High-performance computing (HPC) has moved from the domain of government and academic laboratories to being an essential component of the design process. Today, it is almost unthinkable to develop the key components of a car, airplane or even many consumer products without computer-assisted structural or impact analysis.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday March 20 2007 @ 03:21PM EDT views: 1525
Tyan Computer Corporation announced today the immediate availability of the TyanPSC T-600 series Personal Supercomputer featuring new low-power 50-watt quad-core server processors from Intel. The TyanPSC T-650 QX Personal Supercomputer is a fully integrated cluster designed to be deployed in the office environment. The TyanPSC personal supercomputer is a 5-node cluster that is an easy-to-deploy, easy-to-use, turnkey system that delivers tremendous computation capability in your office or any other environment, while only requiring power from a standard wall outlet.
Posted by: Dana D Booze on Tuesday March 20 2007 @ 09:18AM EDT views: 1376
Novell today announced the public beta software availability of the first service pack (SP1) for SUSE(R) Linux Enterprise 10, with general availability scheduled for the second quarter of this year. SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 SP1 from Novell(R) features significant enhancements in virtualization, high-performance computing, security, interoperability and system management. With this service pack, organizations can take advantage of the latest technical advances in the best-engineered, lowest-cost and most-interoperable platform for mission-critical computing.
Posted by: Nan Holda on Thursday March 15 2007 @ 04:49PM EDT views: 1090
Register now for Gelato ICE: Itanium(r) Conference & Expo, which will take place April 15-18, 2007, at the Doubletree Hotel in San Jose, California. Early Bird pricing and hotel special rates end next week, March 22.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday March 15 2007 @ 12:24PM EDT views: 1222
Linux Magazine: Over the past few years, this column has covered a wide variety of topics in high-performance computing (HPC), primarily with an eye toward Beowulf-style, Linux clusters. Since the first such commodity clusters were built in the mid- to late-1990s, they have increasingly served as the model for commercial supercomputers. And as supercomputer vendors have died off, the often-struggling vendors that remain are using more commodity components and processors. While the cluster architecture was in use long before the first Beowulfs, clusters now make up almost 73 percent of the fastest supercomputers in the famed “Top 500” list.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday March 15 2007 @ 10:50AM EDT views: 1103
LSU’s Center for Computation & Technology, or CCT, has tripled the computing capacity of the Southeastern Universities Research Association’s, or SURA’s, regional grid service, known as SURAgrid, through the addition of LSU’s largest current supercomputer, SuperMike.
Posted by: Dana D Booze on Monday March 12 2007 @ 09:44AM EDT views: 1114
ComputerWorld: A key piece of a legislative push to boost U.S. competitiveness could lead to a significant increase in spending on high-performance computing research.
Posted by: Carol Brown on Monday March 12 2007 @ 09:38AM EDT views: 1349
The Portland Group today announced the general availability of Release 7.0 of its suite of Fortran, C and C++ compilers and development tools.
Posted by: Lukasz Wilczynski on Monday March 12 2007 @ 06:22AM EDT views: 1136
GridwiseTech, the vendor-independent expert in Grid computing and virtualization of distributed IT infrastructure, has joined the Enabling Grid for E sciencE (EGEE) Business Associate programme, building on the longstanding relationship between GridwiseTech and EGEE. Together, GridwiseTech and EGEE will work on joint promotion to the business community to highlight the potential of Grid technology as a solution for today's IT problems.
Posted by: Matti Patari on Tuesday March 06 2007 @ 02:00PM EST views: 1174
From: Matti Patari
The industry best 1U, 2P, Dual Core "Ice Box" HP ProLiant DL365 has arrived in the World famous
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This is storage and HPC number crunching capacity for an average size metropolis.
Posted by: Dana D Booze on Monday March 05 2007 @ 09:27PM EST views: 1042
Linux Networx today announced that it is hosting its third annual Linux Networx Conference for Aerospace Solutions the week of March 12th.
Posted by: Kim Louie on Monday March 05 2007 @ 01:39PM EST views: 1149
Today, PeakStream, Inc., provider of the leading software application platform designed to make it easy to program the next generation of high-performance processors, announced that its founder and chief technology officer, Matthew Papakipos, will be speaking at the 2007 International Symposium on Code Generation and Optimization (CGO) on March 11, 2007. Matthew and Intel's Anwar Ghuloum will be leading a workshop exploring emerging models for parallel programming.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday March 01 2007 @ 10:52AM EST views: 1106
LSU Center for Computation and Technology (CCT) Professor Thomas Sterling believes supercomputing is the technology of the future for business and industry, and he wants to make sure many college students have the opportunity to learn about it.
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