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IBM CSM Cluster Tool Axed on Linux in Favor of Open source xCAT

Timothy Prickett Morgan is reporting today at The Register that IBM is moving away from its proprietary CSM cluster tool, at least on Linux.
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Parallel Programming: Non-optimal Is as Non-optimal Does

Preserving program state is necessary for parallel computation, but should we keep doing it the hard way?
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Just What is Personal Supercomputing?

That’s the question asked by genomeweb.com in an article by Matthew Dublin on the recent “personal supercomputing” trend. I’ll go on record as saying that I like the term.
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MontaVista Brings Carrier Linux to LTE

Carrier Grade Linux gets an update for next generation wireless networks...
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The Return of the Vector Processor

The New Fermi GPU shows NVidia has been listening to the HPC crowd...
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