The Supercomputing Conference 2003 is in full swing in Phoenix, Arizona.
Here are some of the Linux related press releases:
- SGI displays a Linux powered
Altix 3000 supercomputer with 128 Intel Itanium 2 processors.
- Intel, California Digital and the University of California at
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are
building a nearly 4,000 processor Linux supercomputer, codenamed
- IBM claims 55% of the top 100 and
introduces Blue Gene/L.
- Linux Networx clusters
account for two of the top 10 fastest supercomputers.
- Dell claims
18 Linux clusters on the Top 500 list, including the #4 entry - a cluster
at the University of Illinois' National Center for Supercomputing
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