Posted by: Jaime McIntyre, Aspen on Thursday November 09 2006 @ 12:22PM EST views: 1236
Wheat Ridge, Colorado, November 9, 2006 - Aspen Systems, Inc., a world leader in the custom design, manufacture and service of a wide array of Linux®-based high-performance computing solutions, announced today the release of version 4.1 of their turnkey, browser-based cluster management software, Aspen
Posted by: Chris Oake, SiCortex on Wednesday November 08 2006 @ 05:58PM EST views: 1439
SiCortex, a Massachusetts-based high performance computing company, today introduced its family of ultra low power high performance Linux systems. Designed from the silicon up by SiCortex, these computers dramatically reduce power usage while delivering dramatically more performance per dollar, per watt and per square foot, enabling the proliferation of multi-teraflop computing to a wider range of users.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday November 07 2006 @ 02:22PM EST views: 1798
ClusterMonkey: Wondering about those Intel Quad-cores? You know those things called Clovertowns (soon to be known as the 5300 series.) If you are not thinking about such things, you probably should be because multi-core is here for the second time.
Posted by: Interactive Supercomputing on Tuesday November 07 2006 @ 12:56PM EST views: 1127
Interactive Supercomputing Wins Government Grant to Accelerate Scientific and Engineering Discovery
Oak Ridge National Labs seeks to parallelize popular desktop computing applications to run on high performance computers
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Tuesday November 07 2006 @ 12:42PM EST views: 1235
Reflector.com: ..."A $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will enable ECU researchers to purchase a large Linux computing cluster to support studies in science and engineering."...
Posted by: Dana D Booze on Monday November 06 2006 @ 09:21AM EST views: 1470
New ActiveStor 5000 and ActiveStor 3000 Enable Corporations and Research Organizations to Accelerate Their Time to Results With a Unified Approach to HPC Storage
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Sunday November 05 2006 @ 10:25PM EST views: 1244
HPCwire: There are only a handful of awards in the computational sciences that mark career achievements. Edward Seidel, director of LSU's Center for Computation and Technology, or CCT, has just received one of the most prestigious honors, the Sidney Fernbach Award.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Sunday November 05 2006 @ 10:22PM EST views: 1416
hpcanswers.com: Multi-core systems, in combination with specialized co-processors for hefty tasks, are hailed as the future of high-performance computing. In a bus-based architecture, the environment is an SMP in which all of the memory is accessible by all of the processors in the same amount of time. This setup works well for a few cores, but has tremendous trouble for the dozens of cores promised in the future. The resource contention in an SMP is not a new issue; the solution of yesterday is the same for today: NUMA.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Sunday November 05 2006 @ 10:20PM EST views: 1465
Queen's Univ: The High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory (HPCVL), centred at Queen's, has launched its "Secure Grid Portal" enabling researchers anywhere in the world to gain secure access to HPCVL resources, their files, and applications.
Posted by: Jaime McIntyre on Thursday November 02 2006 @ 01:53PM EST views: 2062
Aspen Systems, Inc. Ranked Number 135th Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte’s 2006 Technology Fast 500, and 7th on Colorado’s Technology Fast 50.
Posted by: Nan Holda on Wednesday November 01 2006 @ 06:16PM EST views: 2033
Over 100 scientists, developers, and engineers from more than 30 companies and institutions convened from all around the globe for the October 2006 Gelato ICE: Itanium(r) Conference & Expo held in Singapore. The event was organized by the Gelato Federation, an international user community dedicated to advancing Linux(r) on the Intel(r) Itanium(r) architecture.
Posted by: Dan Cox on Wednesday November 01 2006 @ 01:19PM EST views: 1319
With a flexible platform and blueprint for success, organizations no longer have to compromise when it comes to high-performance computing clusters.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday November 01 2006 @ 05:05AM EST views: 1696
Gluster is a GNU cluster distribution aimed at implementing supercomputing and superstorage with commodity software and hardware.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Wednesday November 01 2006 @ 04:25AM EST views: 1147
InformationWeek: By implementing the BladeSystem product line, customers can attain up to a 40% reduction in power and cooling costs when compared to traditional rack or tower servers, HP says.
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