"AMD and Intel clusters can be tested with Wulfkit, Myrinet,
Ethernet, Or Gigabit Ethernet."
"Atipa Corporation, a leading end-to-end provider of Open Source
and Linux technology solutions, announced today at the
Supercomputing 2000 (SC 2000) Conference in Dallas that it is now
offering prospective customers free on-line testing of its new
Ascendance Beowulf clusters."
"Initially, Atipa is providing customers with full access to two
4-node Ascendance clusters, one AMD and one Intel. Each of the
Beowulf clusters has been configured with Wulfkit, Myrinet,
Ethernet, and Gigabit Ethernet connectivity to enable customers to
test drive the clusters and benchmark their own applications using
any or all of the four options."
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