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High Performance Linux News for Feb 14, 2002

  • Enterprise Linux Today: FastTango Debuts Patent-Pending TangoWorks Software Suite (Feb 14, 2002, 09:56)
    "TangoWorks is a patent-pending software suite designed to manage clusters, groups of clusters and distributed resource networks for enterprise high performance and high availability computing architectures."

  • CNN: The brave new OS of the future (Feb 14, 2002, 08:05)
    "It's extending Linux - and developing operating system kernels to run under it - to control a computer with 65,000 processors. As part of its $100 million Blue Gene research project, IBM plans to build a computer operating at 1 quadrillion floating-point operations per second to attack problems such as protein folding."

  • Enterprise Linux Today: Digi International Launches Secure Console Management Product Line (Feb 14, 2002, 06:34)
    "The PortServer CM enables system administrators to monitor and control IT equipment such as Unix and Linux servers, routers, network switches, intelligent power supplies and telephone switches, through industry standard serial console ports. Administrators can securely monitor and control any mix of connected devices from anywhere on the corporate network, including standard TCP/IP connections over Ethernet LANs or dial-up modem connections."

  • ServerWatch: Amdahl Ups Its Linux Ante (Feb 14, 2002, 01:06)
    "Amdahl IT Services Tuesday announced the immediate availability of its Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) on Millennium 2000C and Millennium 2000E System/390- and z/OS-compatible CMOS servers. Native FICON channel architecture will be available later on this quarter."