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IBM Plunges Into the 'Smart Grid for Water'

Betting that governments and businesses will need to better manage water resources, IBM is leading an effort to design IT systems to monitor and analyze water use.
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Defence Spends $1.7m on Ultimate Linux Flight Simulator

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has revealed its latest flight simulator runs on Suse Linux-based clusters of Opteron servers and uses an open source graphics platform.

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So Why Are Some Interconnects Faster Than Others?

Doug Eadline looks at this question in a post at Cluster Connection from yesterday.  In the post he gives a lucid description of the difference between user and kernel space communications,...
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High-End Clustering Tool Is Reworked for the Enterprise

A company that develops workload management tools for high-performance clusters is bringing its products to the commercial data center, where it says it can help companies allocate computing resources more efficiently.

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Oracle Coherence 3.5 Speeds Application Processes

By putting multiple terabytes of data into the RAM of a grid and coordinating its use, Coherence 3.5 makes it possible to run an application on fewer servers.
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