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Voltaire's InfiniBand switching and software solutions are an important part of HP's cluster offering because they provide exceptional performance, scalability and manageability for distributed computing environments," said Ed Turkel, HPC Product Marketing Manager, HP.
With the launch of Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003, Microsoft is extending the power of desktop machines to individual and work group clusters, allowing users to get up-and-running with distributed computing tools easier and faster," said Lisa Kempler, director of MATLAB applications at The MathWorks.
E[acute accent]Continuous Computing is a member of TI's TMS320(TM) third party program, the most extensive collection of global DSP development support in the industry.
A paradigm shift for mobile computing in higher education is gaining momentum.
The storage requirements for such a dynamic computing environment are demanding.
Computer Science (CS) and Management Information Systems (MIS) graduates are no exception to the high expectations by their prospective employers about their computing knowledge and skills on graduation and entry into the job market (Lee 2003; Wagner, Shoop and Carlis 2003; Hill, et.
While the buzzword is new, the concept of utility computing emerged several decades ago.
In operation, grid computing software divides a computational job into multiple, smaller, discrete tasks that are then distributed to the various computing nodes on the grid.
Linux and other open source software has been an accepted part of technical and high performance computing for quite some time," said Dan Kusnetzky, IDC's Vice President for System Software Research.

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