Now that most of have finally recovered from last week’s annual Supercomputing show, InsideHPC has decided to compile a list of the various bits we [and others] covered during the show. This list is by no means comprehensive. If your event/press release/etc doesn’t appear here, we’re not picking on you. If you feel like you’ve been left out, feel free to mail us at [email protected] and we’ll gladly add you to the show notes.
.: First and foremost… the insideHPC reader meetup! It was great to finally have a fleshly meeting between readers and writers. Wear your t-shirts with pride!!
.: SGI lays out its “visual supercomputing” strategy.
.: SGI Altix XE’s get a processor bump to Harpertown/Wolfdale
.: SiCortex delivers their first machine and announces Catapult desktop machine.
.: LNXI didn’t show with a booth this year, but they did announce their new Solution Center.
.: Appro unveils their new cluster platform, the Xtreme-X1
.: IBM has a watercooled p575 on display
.: Clearspeed will do a Teraflop in 1U with CATS
.: Nvidia announces CUDA 1.1
.: AMD/ATi announces double-precision GPUs in FireStream product
.: DataDirect puts 1.2PB in two racks with S2A9900
.: Mellanox unveils quad data rate Infiniband
.: Bowling tournament of Beowulf heavyweights: Tim Wilcox vs. Greg Lindahl vs. Douglas Eadline… never did find out the victor
.: The latest Top500 list… err… surprised who’s there?
.: Green500 list #1 announced
.: Grid.org is relaunched under a new mission
.: University of Alberta of Edmonton, Canada wins the first annual Cluster Challenge