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High Performance Linux News for Aug 06, 2003

  • Enterprise Networks & Servers: NCSA Selects Dell for Large-Scale Supercomputing Cluster (2003-08-06 19:00:43)
    "Dell has been tapped by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, to provide more than 1,450 [clustered Linux] servers

  • boston.internet.com: SGI Boosting Linux to 128 Processors (2003-08-06 18:00:22)
    LinuxWorld Expo: "...SGI Tuesday revealed that its high-performance servers will soon employ 128 processors in a single instance of running Linux in the hopes of testing the limits of the open-source operating system for eventual commercial use..."

  • eWeek: Penguin Moves to Disney (2003-08-06 11:30:21)
    "Last year, when the Walt Disney Co.'s feature animation unit, in Burbank, Calif., announced that it was using Linux for digital animation work, speculation grew that Adobe Systems Inc. would finally port its products to Linux..."

  • InfoWorld: 64-bit Linux: Ready for prime time? (2003-08-06 07:00:35)
    "With the arrival of the AMD Opteron and Intel Itanium, commodity servers built on these processors have joined proprietary RISC systems from IBM, Sun Microsystems, Hewlett-Packard, and others in the 64-bit landscape..."

  • CNET News: Linux on Itanium Passes Milestone (2003-08-06 04:00:00)
    "The Itanium version of Linux crossed an important threshold Monday, developers said: It now can be built from the standard software maintained by Linux leader Linus Torvalds rather than requiring special patches..."