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Sun launches SSD solution for
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Sun launches SSD solution for

Timothy Prickett Morgan writes at The Register on Sun’s launch of an enterprise SSD product for its midrange servers The company has already put SSDs in its “Amber...

NVIDIA throws in cash, support to encourage new companies to build on its
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NVIDIA throws in cash, support to encourage new companies to build on its

Michael Feldman at HPCwire has written a feature on NVIDIA’s GPU Ventures Program, a new program designed to spur innovation in the marketplace of CPU-enabled products...

Pervasive launches new data-intensive computing
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Pervasive launches new data-intensive computing

Pervasive just launched the first new product based on its DataRush data processing engine, about which I’ve written for HPCwire. The full release is posted at...

HPC adoption conference
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HPC adoption conference

Found at HPCwire, news that research think tank RTI International is sponsoring a conference that addresses the business and innovation that need to be addressed...

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I’m always iffy about the possessive on words that end in “s”. Anyway, Sun’s Ruud van der Pas read a recent blog post over at Cilk Arts comparying that company’s...

NCSA funded to build community of science education
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NCSA funded to build community of science education

This is a cool idea, and I’m glad that someone is being funded to do this. Found at NCSA’s web site The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)...

New HPC-related
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New HPC-related

Found at ClusterMonkey: If you are interested in HPC Podcasts head on over to Research Computing and Engineering (RCE-Cast). Research Computing and Engineering...

NASDAQ to delist SGI
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NASDAQ to delist SGI

SGI has received news from the NASDAQ that trading of their stock is set to be suspended tomorrow. The company has requested hearing on the issue The Nasdaq Stock...

Ballad of the Massively Parallel Supercomputing
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Ballad of the Massively Parallel Supercomputing

And this is my first music post. Always something to celebrate here at insideHPC. Mike Bernhardt

AT&T wants to run your
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AT&T wants to run your

Well, maybe not your HPC datacenter, but they are definitely lining up to run big enterprise datacenters, and $19B business in 2008. From an article at The Register...

BNP Paribas deploys Tesla-based
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BNP Paribas deploys Tesla-based

BNP Paribas Corporate and Investment Banking announced last week that they have deployed a new CPU-based computer A significant portion of the calculations, about...

Building multicore and cloud ready
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Building multicore and cloud ready

Found at Multicoreinfo.com, a pointer to the first in a two-part series on designs principles that will lead to multicore- and cloud-ready applications Multicore...

Intel invests in new HPC center in
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Intel invests in new HPC center in

This week Intel chairman Craig Barrett announced that Intel is beginning a 5 year collaboration in France for the construction of a new academic research facility...

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I actually like that better than “green computing” — it’s sounds less like hype and more like someone is actuallly doing something. The someone in this case is...

NVIDIA reveals plan to develop own x86
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NVIDIA reveals plan to develop own x86

From a recent blog post by Michael Feldman at HPCwire “I think some time down the road it makes sense to take the same level of integration that we’ve done with...

Science in the FY09
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Science in the FY09

Peter Harsha over at the CRA’s Policy Blog has a detailed summary on science funding in the budget omnibus including funding for the agencies that traditionally...

New Japanese plasma simulator in
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New Japanese plasma simulator in

Found at Cheer HPC, news that alongside the new Earth Simulator 2, Japan has put another super into operation. This one is a 77 TFLOPS Hitachi SR16000 system for...

Cray and virtualization provider ScaleMP hook
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Cray and virtualization provider ScaleMP hook

From Cray’s website this morning, news that Cray is partnering with ScaleMP to use virtualization technology to bring shared memory to the company’s CX1 deskside...

Article explores answers for challenges faced by virtualization in
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Article explores answers for challenges faced by virtualization in

Twitter user LeahRosin tweeted a link to this article yesterday at SearchEnterpriseLinux.com, “Virtualization for high-performance computing on Linux: Critiques...

Cilk++ 1.0 multicore C++ development environment
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Cilk++ 1.0 multicore C++ development environment

This week parallel programming platform developer Cilk Arts announced the release of 1.0 of their flagship product, Cilk++ for Windows and Linux The Cilk++ programming...
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