Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday November 13 2006 @ 08:14PM EST views: 1086
Foundry Selected as Core Router Provider for SC06 SCinet Show Backbone and Participates in Bandwidth Challenge with University of Tokyo
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday November 13 2006 @ 08:04PM EST views: 1543
IDEAS Insights: Intel and HP held a workstation even called ‘QuadFest" in Westminster, Colorado as part of the launch of the Clovertown Xeon 5300 series and Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700 quad-core processors. . For this announcement, Intel is using a number of different venues to get the word out. This specific event focused on the use of Intel quad-core processors in the high performance workstation market. HP announced three workstations based on the new processors, the xw4400, xw6400, and xw8400. The xw4400 uses the Core 2 Extreme processors, whereas the others use Xeon 5300 processors.
Posted by: Kelly Woerdehoff on Monday November 13 2006 @ 03:45PM EST views: 1144
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has announced that the Krell Institute has been awarded the Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASC) PathForward Open|SpeedShop phase II contract through Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).
Posted by: Allen on Saturday November 11 2006 @ 01:47PM EST views: 1425
Tampa Tribune: For six days next week, the Tampa Convention Center will become the center of the world's supercomputing industry - and house more computing power than many large countries.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Saturday November 11 2006 @ 03:29AM EST views: 1270
Daily Tech: IBM today announced its new System Cluster 1350. The new System Cluster 1350 is fully scalable up to 1,024 nodes. IBM is marketing the System Cluster 1350 as the ideal choice for building a supercomputer. Target markets of the System Cluster 1350 include financial services, industrial, petroleum, life sciences and research.
Posted by: Wolfram Research on Friday November 10 2006 @ 11:39PM EST views: 1465
Wolfram Research will demonstrate
its latest software solutions for the HPC community, showcasing major new
advances for grid computing with Mathematica(R) at the SC06 international
supercomputing conference, November 11–17 in Tampa, Florida
Posted by: Ilya Mirman on Friday November 10 2006 @ 03:16PM EST views: 2242
Ilya Mirman is vice president at Interactive Supercomputing
The case for promoting Linux clusters over traditional supercomputers has focused on hardware affordability. Open source architectures based on standards-based multicore CPUs promise to make high-performance computers (HPCs) affordable and accessible to a mass market of mainstream technical computing users, proponents argue. What were yesterday’s large proprietary systems costing a quarter million dollars are today very cost-effective Linux clusters costing $20K or so.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Thursday November 09 2006 @ 08:01PM EST views: 1282
DataCenterCentral: High-powered computing (HPC) begins in the research labs and eventually trickles down to the commercial world. And while much of the attention is given to faster processing, the fact is that HPC is having a real-world effect on the data center.
Posted by: Altair Engineering on Thursday November 09 2006 @ 07:58PM EST views: 1482
DOD's High-Performance Computing Modernization Program awards multi-year contract to deploy PBS Professional across supercomputer sites
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Thursday November 09 2006 @ 07:56PM EST views: 1333
Scali, the leader in high performance clustering solutions for datacenters, today announced that it has closed on $3.5 million in funding from investors Atlas Venture and Four Seasons Venture. The new round of funding will help fuel the company’s continued growth and market share expansion.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Thursday November 09 2006 @ 07:47PM EST views: 1241
OpenSourceMag: Clustering is a way to create a system where computers gain access to each others' data and resources. In principle, this adds more computing power and redundancy to the system; however, practical implementations often consume more resources due to the overhead associated with synchronization of facilities in different computers.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Thursday November 09 2006 @ 07:46PM EST views: 1260
Ahead of next week’s Supercomputing 2006 show in Tampa, Fla., Intel Corporation revealed new products and technology building blocks for system manufacturers, system builders and software developers to more easily create high-performance supercomputers that run faster and save space.
Video - The Road to PetaFlop Computing
Explore the Scalable Unit concept where multiple clusters of various sizes can be rapidly built and deployed into production. This new architectural approach yields many subtle benefits to dramatically lower total cost of ownership.
White Paper - Optimized HPC Performance
Multi-core processors provide a unique set of challenges and opportunities for the HPC market. Discover MPI strategies for the Next-Generation Quad-Core Processors.
Appro and the Three National Laboratories
[Appro delivers a new breed of highly scalable, dynamic, reliable and effective Linux clusters to create the next generation of supercomputers for the National Laboratories.