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SGI Affirms Commitment to Itanium

Responding to reports in the media lately wondering aloud when SGI would finally axe the Itanium from it’s roadmap, SGI CEO Mark Barrenechea said “not gonna do it” on his blog last week
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NERSC Doubles Franklin’s Capability

The Department of Energy’s National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center [NERSC] has officially accepted a series of upgrades to its Cray XT4 supercomputing system.  The upgrade to Franklin included a phased series of quad-core processor upgrades and memory upgrades.
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Fireflies and Ants

  Large insect populations synchronize globally, but communicate locally. Is there a lesson for parallel computing?
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Purdue Builds Big Ten’s Biggest Super, Again

Purdue has announced that has, yet again, build the Big Ten’s biggest supercomputer. 
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Bull To Do Homegrown Nehalem EX Chipset

French server maker Bull is getting serious about the server racket, and is doing the engineering needed to back up its ambitions.
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