Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday September 05 2006 @ 02:45PM EDT views: 2036
HP today (Aug. 14th) announced that it has increased Linux distribution support options for customers and expanded its portfolio to include support for Debian Linux.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday September 05 2006 @ 09:34AM EDT views: 1700
InformationWeek: Vendors including Open Source Systems, Ciara, and VXTech are working on servers that pack big power in small spaces.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday September 05 2006 @ 09:32AM EDT views: 2167
ClearSpeed Technology, the leader in double precision coprocessor acceleration technology, today announced Linpack benchmark results that set new standards for energy efficient computation for high performance computing (HPC) clusters.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday August 30 2006 @ 09:22PM EDT views: 1480
Rackable Systems, Inc. Announces Agreement to Acquire Terrascale Technologies, Inc.; Leading Server and Storage Provider Enters Into an Agreement That Will Extend Storage Offerings with Clustered File System Solution
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday August 30 2006 @ 08:22PM EDT views: 2037
Force10 Networks, the pioneer in building and securing high performance networks, today announced that the Aeronautical Systems Center Major Shared Resource Center (ASC MSRC) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, has deployed the TeraScale E-Series(R) family of switch/routers in a 10 Gigabit Ethernet network upgrade. With the Force10 TeraScale E-Series at the foundation of its network, the ASC MSRC is increasing the scalability of its high performance network to more efficiently support the computing needs of scientists and engineers dedicated to solving complex problems for the Department of Defense.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday August 30 2006 @ 08:20PM EDT views: 1350
Council on Competitiveness to Unveil Study Showing University Supercomputing Centers Are National Treasures; Study Shows National Science Foundation Supercomputing Centers Give Industry the Platform to Make Breakthrough Discoveries
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday August 30 2006 @ 08:18PM EDT views: 1226
Washington Post: The most powerful supercomputer available for general scientific research in the United States has undergone an upgrade that's doubled its peak performance.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday August 30 2006 @ 08:02PM EDT views: 1193
GridsWatch: This course is the required entry point to the Beowulf Cluster Administration track of Georgetown University’s High Performance and High Throughput Computing program. It also will serve as an excellent optional entry point to the programming track for those who wish to have a strong background in the administration of their cluster prior to programming for it.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Wednesday August 30 2006 @ 08:01PM EDT views: 1260
ClusterMonkey.net: Recently, I did some benchmarking using Intel Pentium D® processors and gigabit Ethernet. The data are pretty impressive. If I were a non-technical person, I would probably say, Pentium D kicks ass, but you know, I like numbers and have a professional reputation to uphold. Therefore, in a professional sense I can say, Pentium D really kicks ass. To prove my point, this article presents some of the highlights from a recent white paper I prepared for Appro International called Achieving High Performance at Low Cost: The Dual Core Commodity Cluster Advantage. For a more complete description of the tests and results (including benchmark numbers) you probably want to download the white paper.
Posted by: Cluster Resources, Inc. on Wednesday August 30 2006 @ 04:13PM EDT views: 1818
Cluster Resources, Inc., a leading provider of cluster, grid, and utility computing software, announced today that TORQUE* Resource Manager passed a new milestone in its continued success, reaching 50,000 downloads since August 2005.
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Tuesday August 29 2006 @ 09:50AM EDT views: 1367
HP today announced new additions to its x86
server lineup that are powered by the latest Dual-Core Intel® Xeon® 7100 series
Posted by: Tevfik Kosar on Monday August 28 2006 @ 02:21PM EDT views: 1343
NSF recently funded LSU $1Million for the development of PetaShare, which is seen as "a system might become an important testbed for future Grids, and a leading site in next generation Peta-scale research".
Posted by: Cheryl Hall on Tuesday August 22 2006 @ 12:59PM EDT views: 1518
Panasas ActiveScale Storage Cluster Optimizes Geotrace's Linux Cluster to Process Results Faster, Improve Productivity, and Optimize IT Resources to Maximize Return on Invesment
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday August 17 2006 @ 06:23PM EDT views: 1762
Greenplum announced that its massively parallel database system, Bizgres MPP, won the Linux Journal Product Excellence Award for "Best Clustering Solution."
Posted by: Kenneth Farmer on Thursday August 17 2006 @ 08:57AM EDT views: 1766
Montilio and Penguin Computing today announced that Penguin Computing will offer Linux server configurations that include Montilio's RapidFile(TM) storage-to-LAN gateway on a PCI card for the fastest storage access file server configuration available. One RapidFile-enabled Penguin Computing server will be able to provide the I/O throughput of four traditional multi-processor systems without the prohibitive configuration cost of a 4-CPU or 8-CPU system. These Penguin Computing servers with RapidFile cards are ideal solutions for customers in the high performance computing (HPC) or enterprise markets with significant storage capacity and performance needs.
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