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Enterprise Linux Today: Linda Supercomputing now available for the PowerPC using Black Lab Linux

Oct 26, 2000, 22:47 (0 Talkback[s])

"The release of Linda for the PowerPC opens up new opportunities for rapid and easy development of applications for parallel processing."

"Scientific Computing Associates, Inc., a leader in high-performance computing software, and Terra Soft Solutions, Inc. are pleased to announce that Linda® Supercomputing is now available for the PowerPC using Black Lab Linux."

"Terra Soft introduced Linda as a powerful addition to their already strong and growing suite of applications, demonstrating their commitment to offering as complete and well supported a distribution as possible. "Through four simple commands to annotate codes and the precompiler, developers can use Linda to 'parallelize' existing serial applications, enabling efficient, high-performance in a parallel computing environment. Less time consuming than hand recoding, less expensive than traditional supercomputing, Linda and Black Lab Linux PowerPC clusters offer an ideal parallel development and computing system," says Terra Soft in their news release of October 9, 2000."

"Linda offers our DOE Lab and other Black Lab Linux customers an efficient means of transforming existing serial code into a parallel environment. It' s less time consuming and less expensive than recoding by hand . an exciting compliment to our Black Lab Linux product," states Kai Staats, CEO, Terra Soft Solutions."

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