Posted by: Cheryl Hall on Wednesday February 28 2007 @ 09:00PM EST views: 1225
Panasas, Inc. the leader in parallel clustered storage solutions for the High Performance Computing (HPC) market, announced today it has achieved record revenue growth of 105 percent during the past 12 months, will open its third research and development (R&D) facility and will also expand its presence in Asia. The company’s growth and expansion has been fueled by significant increases in the adoption of its parallel storage solutions by commercial customers, particularly in the energy and manufacturing markets.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday February 28 2007 @ 05:54PM EST views: 1044
IBM announced today new initiatives designed to make it easier for clients to use "clusters" of servers for high-performance computing tasks. The company is investing in development, marketing and sales-channel programs that leverage IBM's technology prowess in high-end supercomputing and deep experience delivering industry-focused solutions.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday February 27 2007 @ 09:51AM EST views: 1559
IDC announced its server market share figures and HP is No.1 in revenue for 2006 in the high performance computing market, with 33 percent market share. HP surpassed industry revenue growth by nearly two times with 16.7 percent year over year growth. This marks the fourth consecutive year of HP revenue leadership in the high-performance computing market.
Posted by: Maria McLaughlin on Monday February 26 2007 @ 03:51PM EST views: 1075
Appro, a leading provider of high-performance enterprise computing systems, today announces the Appro XtremeWorkstation™ designed for professionals who require speed, high performance and efficiency when dealing with demanding compute and memory intensive applications. The Appro XtremeWorkstation is a mid to high-end x86 workstation with 128GB of DDR2 memory and offers two to four AMD Opteron™ 8000 series processors. The new Appro XtremeWorkstation is ideal for technical workloads in Mechanical Computer Aided Design (MCAD), Engineering (MCAE), petroleum visualization, automotive, aerospace, electronic design, digital content creation artists, 3D modeling and CAD.
Posted by: Cluster Resources on Wednesday February 14 2007 @ 04:53PM EST views: 1052
Cluster Resources, Inc. unveiled today a new partnership with Panasas, Inc., delivering a holistic next-generation, compute and storage solution through the integration of Cluster Resources' Moab Workload ManagerTM with the Panasas ActiveScale Storage Cluster. This combined solution is believed by many to be the next logical step in the evolution of the cluster, allowing more unified system optimization, more adaptable resources and more powerful policy-based service delivery.
Posted by: Jim Shamp, NCBC on Sunday February 11 2007 @ 04:57PM EST views: 1191
The North Carolina Biotechnology Center has awarded $1.9 million in grants to four North Carolina universities to boost biotechnology research and teaching collaborations.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Friday February 09 2007 @ 10:07AM EST views: 1230
eChannel Line: Grid computing is a means to an end.
So says a recent report by research firm The 451 Group, in which it aimed to provide a state of the market look at enterprise grid computing, and the evolution of grid computing and deployment dynamics across different vertical industries, including financial services, telecom, pharmaceutical, digital media and manufacturing.
Posted by: ASPEED Software on Monday February 05 2007 @ 05:20PM EST views: 1139
ASPEED Software, which optimizes application performance on high-end systems, today announced its most successful year to-date, with 300 percent growth in customer deployments and revenue.
Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Monday February 05 2007 @ 09:13AM EST views: 1205
Etnus LLC, the world's leading provider of debugging solutions for Linux clusters and other high performance computing environments, announced today that its TotalView® debugger won Supercomputing Online’s “2006 Product of the Year” award.
Posted by: ilan on Monday February 05 2007 @ 05:38AM EST views: 1088
SCALE 5x, the 2007 Southern California Linux Expo will be held in Los Angeles, CA this weeken On Feb 9-11, 2007. It will include: 50+ seminars, 70+ exhibitors, BoFs, and more. Highlighted speakers will include Chris Dibona, Don Marti, Ted Haeger, Jono Bacon, and others. Exhibitors include: Dell, IBM, Verio, Redhat, GroundWork Open Source, ReactOS, Haiku OS, and PostgreSQL. One lucky attendee will win a Dual Xeon 1U Rackmount Server from Silicon Mechanics.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Friday February 02 2007 @ 01:59PM EST views: 1080
PeakStream Inc., a leading software application platform provider for the high performance computing (HPC) market, will team with AMD for a Dr. Dobb’s sponsored webinar. The webinar, scheduled for Thursday, February 8th, from 10 to 11 a.m. Pacific Standard Time, will discuss the evolution of Graphic Processor Units (GPUs) and how these processors can be exploited for their tremendous processing power in a wide range of scientific, business and consumer computing applications.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Friday February 02 2007 @ 01:56PM EST views: 1011
HPCwire: When companies purchase a significant number of machines and cluster them together to solve their computing needs, their site environment often drives specific requirements for their clusters. These requirements vary and often include specific networking configurations, specific applications that need managing, specific approaches to software installation and maintenance, and existing management software and procedures that must be accommodated. The key to successful cluster administration software is that it be flexible enough to accommodate many of these environments.
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