High Performance Linux News for May 23, 2000
NetworkWorld: High-end version of Win 2000 reaches development milestone (May 23, 2000, 22:17)
"The DataCenter version of Win 2000 has been touted as a
Unix-killer and is designed to push Microsoft into the high-end
LinuxPR: Linux Networx Adds Gaussian Application to its Clustered Computer Solutions (May 23, 2000, 17:51)
"Gaussian is an application used by chemists and chemical
engineers for research in established and emerging areas of
eWeek: BMC beefs up its 'patrol' of IT resources (May 23, 2000, 16:54)
"BMC also continued to pledge its allegiance to mainframe
management with new tools for managing mainframe databases and
Linux on OS/390."
Information Week: Novell May Be Down, But It's Not Out (May 23, 2000, 16:24)
"While part of the problem may be that Novell is selling its
directory services concepts ahead of the curve, analysts point out
that Linux is also putting the squeeze on NetWare."
Internet Week: Itanium Processor -- Intel's Silicon Stretch... (May 23, 2000, 16:13)
"Of all the major server hardware vendors, only Sun Microsystems
still remains outside the IA-64 fold."
InfoWorld: BMC readies Linux management tools for mainframes (May 23, 2000, 15:41)
"Due by the end of the year, the tools will perform functions
such as performance optimization, prediction, and
The Aggregate: University Of Kentucky Supercomputer Breaks The $1,000 Per GFLOPS Barrier (May 23, 2000, 15:22)
"...an innovative new, scalable, parallel supercomputer that
achieves application performance of more than 1 billion floating
point operations per second (GFLOPS) for every $650 spent on
building the machine."
CNET News.com: Alpha Processor expands from chips to Linux-based systems (May 23, 2000, 11:22)
"Currently a seller of Alpha chips and associated electronics,
Alpha Processor this fall will begin selling special-purpose
Linux-based computers designed to pump out streams of multimedia
content over the Internet."