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Lawrence Livermore National Labs Gets Linux Supercomputer

Appro, a Milipitas, Calif.-based provider of enterprise servers, storage and workstations, has announced its completion of the first of four super computer Linux clusters for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Named "Rhea," the Infiniband cluster features 576 AMD Opteron 8000 Series processors ...

Linux Leaders Join HPC Devs on Open Source Framework

The Linux Foundation on Thursday announced that it's forming the OpenHPC Collaborative Project to push the software supply to support high-powered computing. The project will provide a new open source framework to meet HPC's unique application demands and parallel runtime requirements, the organizat...

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Whamcloud to Put New Sheen on Lustre

The founders of Lustre software technology company Whamcloud opened for business in June with a lot of potential and years of experience working with high-performance computing. What they lacked from their first day was any signed contracts. Whamcloud Cofounder and CEO Brent Gorda still is waiting t...

Department of Defense Chooses Linux Clusters

Linux Networx has announced that two Department of Defense centers will be using Linux cluster supercomputers from the company to conduct battlefield simulations. The clusters are part of an initiative to modernize the DOD's supercomputing capabilities, said Major Kevin Benedict, program manager at ...

Linux Gains Foothold on Supercomputer List

The latest edition of the TOP 500 Fastest List, which measures the speed and dominance of the world's supercomputers, has indicated that Linux systems are now represented on more than half of the list. The list creators use the Linpack benchmark to measure performance of the world's machines, and ha...

European Weather Center To Rely on Linux

Linux Networx today announced that the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts has chosen the company for implementation of a Linux-based cluster computing system. The system, an Evolocity II Linux Networx cluster, will be used to evaluate the suitability of cluster technology for broader...

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