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High Performance Linux News for May 26, 2000

  • ZDNet: Alpha chip update -- it ain't dead yet (May 26, 2000, 15:25)
    "Alpha is also well-used with Linux operating system servers. And API -- which is backed by Samsung and Compaq as a marketing and engineering company for Alpha chips -- is now putting its marketing and engineering resources into branding Alpha as the chip to use when it comes to e-commerce and Linux. "

  • The Register: Samsung to co-develop Linux Alpha supercomputer (May 26, 2000, 14:13)
    "Korea's Samsung, Zion Linux Systems, and the Korea Research and Development Information Center are to co-developer a supercomputer based on the open source operating system and the Alpha CPU."

  • CNET News.com: Linux programmers get a taste of the future (May 26, 2000, 06:05)
    "Linux programmers wanting a glimpse of things to come will be able to try out three machines at VA Linux Systems with Intel's upcoming Itanium chips, the Linux hardware maker will announce tomorrow."

  • CNET News.com: AMD chips the secret ingredient in new supercomputer (May 26, 2000, 02:23)
    "KLAT2 isn't very powerful compared with some Beowulf systems. But it's only a step on a path to greater glory for AMD and the University of Kentucky's computing program. Within the next year, Dietz expects his university will have made a supercomputer with at least 1,000 processors and perhaps as many as 4,000."