Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Monday September 18 2006 @ 03:26PM EDT views: 1232
HPCwire: Linux Networx has enjoyed record revenue growth over the last several quarters. In Q2, the company enjoyed its fifth consecutive record quarter in a row. Over the last six years, Linux Networx has refined its HPC offerings and grown its customer base to the point where it is now considered one of the premier supercomputer vendors. But some changes are afoot.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Monday September 18 2006 @ 03:24PM EDT views: 1231
Irish Dev: ..."The Wake Forest Information Systems Department is committed to continuous improvement in the services they provide to students, faculty and staff. So when they needed to build a high-performance computing cluster and increase performance in mission-critical applications, Wake Forest turned to Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Network Satellite Server to get the job done."...
Posted by: Sam Charrington on Monday September 18 2006 @ 03:10PM EDT views: 1296
Appistry, the pioneer and leading provider of application fabric software, today announced that CEO Kevin Haar has been selected to present at this year's Datacenter Ventures Conference. The conference, produced by Dow Jones VentureWire, will be held on September 20 and 21 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, CA.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Monday September 18 2006 @ 03:06PM EDT views: 1198
Massive System at Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise (LITE) is One of Largest Shared-Memory Computers Available to Private Sector
Posted by: April Rassa on Monday September 18 2006 @ 03:04PM EDT views: 1510
PeakStream, Inc., a leading software application platform provider for the high performance computing (HPC) market, today unveiled the PeakStream Platform™. Available immediately, the PeakStream Platform makes it possible to easily program new high performance processors such as multi-core CPUs, graphics processor units (GPUs) and Cell processors, converting them into radically powerful computing engines for exponentially increased application performance and decreased time-to-solution at reduced cost. The company also announced today the completion of equity financing totaling $17 million from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Sequoia Capital and Foundation Capital.
Posted by: Cheryl Hall on Thursday September 14 2006 @ 06:41PM EDT views: 1418
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded a five-year, $11 million grant to academic researchers and leading industry experts to build a computing infrastructure for next-generation supercomputers. Among the industry experts are
Garth Gibson, Panasas CTO and Associate Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, who will be the lead principle investigator in the Petascale Data Storage Institute. The DOE-sponsored Institute will tackle the data storage issues and technologies that will be critical for the next generation of advanced computing systems.
Posted by: Nick Ihli on Tuesday September 12 2006 @ 12:36PM EDT views: 1432
Cluster Resource, Inc.TM, a leading provider of cluster, grid and utility computing software, announced today at GridWorld’s Exhibit Showcase the inclusion of Grid Learning in Moab Grid Suite® -- a new feature designed to help maximize usage of grid resources.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday September 07 2006 @ 01:05PM EDT views: 1429
AustinBusinessJournal;: IBM Corp. has won a bid to build the world's fastest computer at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, and Austinites will have a role.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday September 07 2006 @ 01:03PM EDT views: 1444
RedHerring: Gaming chips will migrate from Super Mario Bros to supercomputers after IBM announced Wednesday it will build high-performance computing systems out of these kinds of processors.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday September 07 2006 @ 12:55PM EDT views: 1226
NetworkWorld: Amazon last week released the beta of a compute cluster from which users can buy processing power for their Web-based applications.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday September 06 2006 @ 01:25PM EDT views: 1232
ServerWatch: "Grid technologies have long been used for scientific and technical work, where dispersed computers are linked to create virtual supercomputers that rapidly process vast amounts of information," Sara Murphy, program manager for grid computing at Palo Alto, Calif.-based HP, said.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday September 06 2006 @ 09:03AM EDT views: 1543
HPCwire: The Council on Competitiveness' annual HPC Users Conference (http://www.hpcusersconference.com/), which takes place on September 7, promises to be a watershed event this year, as the Council leverages three years of in-depth research on the HPC requirements of businesses and lays out its vision for addressing these requirements. HPCwire caught up with Council President Deborah Wince-Smith and asked her about the role of HPC within the Council.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday September 05 2006 @ 02:47PM EDT views: 1192
Registration opens for SC06, the annual conference of high-performance computing, networking, storage and analysis. This year's meeting, with the theme "Powerful Beyond Imagination," will convene November 11-17 at the Tampa Convention Center in Florida.
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