Enterprise Linux Today: Atipa Joins The Linda Club at Scientific Computing AssociatesOct 26, 2000, 23:43 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Scientific Computing Associates, Inc. (SCA), a leader in high-performance computing software, is pleased to announce that Atipa Corporation has joined The Linda Club, a new partnership initiative for Beowulf resellers. The Linda Club allows resellers to offer free to their customers a four-node Linux version of Linda, SCIENTIFIC's powerful programming language for parallel and distributed computing, when it is bundled with a Beowulf cluster."
"Atipa, a leading provider of end-to-end Open Source and Linux technology solutions, has been designing and delivering cutting-edge Linux clusters since 1995. Since that time, Atipa has custom-tailored cluster solutions for a wide variety of business, government, and academic institutions, including many Fortune 500 companies. A recognized leader in Beowulf clustering, Atipa uses its deep Linux expertise to design scalable, powerful Beowulf computational clusters that outperform traditional supercomputers at a fraction of the cost, while meeting the customized performance needs of customers. One of those customers, Motorola, uses Atipa to produce a clustering solution for its ongoing "DigitalDNA" project. Additionally, NASA, Sharp Electronics, Los Alamos Labs, CAIS Internet, and MIT count among the many customers that utilize Atipa's innovative clustering solutions."
"This strategic partnership with Scientific Computing Associates truly brings added value to our customers who rely on us to deliver the highest quality clustering solutions for the enterprise," said Mike Jacobs, Vice President of Atipa's Hardware Group. "With Linda, Atipa's customers can more easily "parallelize" their existing applications, saving both time and money and furthering Atipa's mission of providing easy-to-use technology solutions."
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