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Alcatel-Lucent Taps Linux for 10G Enterprise Switch

Alcatel-Lucent has switched from VxWorks to Linux for a new & intelligent& 10-gigabit Ethernet enterprise switch. The OmniSwitch 10K Modular LAN Chassis supports 5Tbps (terabit per second) performance over 256 10G Ethernet ports, and offers intelligent management features, such as flow-based quality of service with variable flow control, as well...

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Is HPC on the Verge of Cloud Paradigm Shift?

Shaloo Shalini writes that HPC may be on the verge of a paradigm shift towards cloud computing: The erstwhile islands of large-scale supercomputing facilities may soon become outdated thanks to inroads made by cloud computing into HPC territory in addressing the issues of scale, access, and affordability.

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Ubuntu Server 10.10 Rides Distributed File Systems

Canonical's work on the "Maverick Meerkat" Ubuntu 10.10 development effort has been mostly about polishing the desktop, but the commercial Linux distributor has not forgotten about the server business that increasingly pays the bills.…...

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Five Questions About Open Innovation, Open Source, and NASA with Molly Dix of RTI

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to meet Molly Dix and Jeff Cope, who run the Open Innovation Advisory Services group at RTI.

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Interview: MATLAB Support for GPUs a Game-Changer

When Nvidia kicked off the GPU conference a couple of week ago, one of the first things they announced was that MATLAB now supports GPUs.

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