Cray Releases Highly Scalable, More Inclusive Super-Linux

We'd all love to have a supercomputer, but sadly, most of us will never have the chance to put that much umph in our computing. If you happen to be in the market for a sweet little Linux box with a half-million cores or so, though, Cray may have just what you're looking for. more>>


Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP)

AMQP is an open standard for enterprise messaging, designed to support messaging for almost any distributed or business application. more>>
 Visualizations of novel 3D radio patterns

IBM InfoSphere Streams and the Uppsala University Space Weather Project

Using IBM InfoSphere Streams, Uppsala University can analyze massive amounts of data to help it model and predict the behavior of the uppermost part of our atmosphere and its reaction to events in surrounding space and on the Sun. more>>
Network Setup for a Compute Cluster

Building a Linux-Based High-Performance Compute Cluster

The Rocks clustering package from the University of California at San Diego makes it easy to build and maintain a high-performance compute cluster with off-the-shelf hardware. more>>
Relationships between Zones and VMs

Solaris-Zones: Linux IT Marbles Get a New Bag

Solaris-Zones provides the ability to run Linux and Solaris on the same machine without all the overhead of full virtualization. more>>

From the SuperComputing '08 Floor, Part 4 of 4

More from the SuperComputing '08 floor. Editor Shawn Powers talks about RAID, ethernet, power conservation, InfiniBand, global super computing networks, programming tools, storage and more. more>>

From the SuperComputing '08 Floor, Part 3 of 4

More from the SuperComputing '08 floor. Editor Shawn Powers talks about Mathematica, CUDA, quiet, efficient servers and more. more>>

From the SuperComputing '08 Floor, Part 2 of 4

Continuing at the SuperComputing '08 floor, Editor Shawn Powers talks with exhibitors about everything from spaceships to clusters to virtualization. more>>

SuperComputing '08

From the SuperComputing '08 Floor, Part 1 of 4

We're here at SuperComputing '08 in Austin, Texas catching up with a few exhibitors. If you can't be here with us, we'll bring a little of the show to you. We're searching the show floor for the coolest Linux stuff (besides Linux Journal of course) and bringing it to you. more>>

Part of the Roadrunner team at Los Alamos National Lab

The Roadrunner Supercomputer: a Petaflop's No Problem

IBM and Los Alamos National Lab built Roadrunner, the world's fastest supercomputer. It not only reached a petaflop, it beat that by more than 10%. This is the story behind Roadrunner. more>>

Overcoming the Challenges of Developing Programs for the Cell Processor

What has to be done to provide developers with a debugging environment that correctly represents what is happening as a program runs on a Cell processor? more>>
nvidia cuda

Massively Parallel Linux Laptops, Workstations and Clusters with CUDA

Use an NVIDIA GPU or a cluster of them to realize massive performance increases. more>>
NVIDIA Architecture Block Diagram

How We Should Program GPGPUs

Advanced compilers can simplify GPU and accelerator programming. more>>
Flipper is Tippett Studio's proprietary flipbook image viewing tool.

Linux Powers The Spiderwick Chronicles

Linux software on Macintosh desktops with Linux renderfarms creates Paramount movie. more>>

Roman's Law and Fast Processing with Multiple CPU Cores

Some practical methods to exploit multiple cores and find thread synchronization problems. more>>
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