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High Performance Linux News for Jul 28, 2000

  • Open Source IT: Beowulf: Supercomputers for the Masses (Jul 28, 2000, 14:37)
    "Compaq's participation in the Beowulf market is as easy to understand as the appeal of the clusters to its customers. "Any industry that has a computational problem that can be parallelized is looking at Beowulf because you can assemble a hell of a lot of gigaflops for not a lot of money..."

  • CNET IBM sweetens mainframe pricing for Linux (Jul 28, 2000, 12:00)
    "IBM argues that some customers will find the mixture advantageous because they can run Web sites on Linux with high-speed connections to databases and other back-end services that run on mainframes. Another target market is application service providers (ASPs), companies that host complex software for clients who don't want to do it themselves, said Pete McCaffrey, program director for S/390."

  • ZDNet: IBM mainframes to get Linux treatment (Jul 28, 2000, 02:59)
    "If it's true that old mainframes never die, Linux may end up being part of the reason for their salvation."