Oracle Ditches Supercomputing Language Project

July 24, 2012

Fortress programming language gets axed by Ellison and company. Read more…

Grid Engine Diagnostic

February 15, 2012

One man's take on the viability of HPC's much-beloved grid resource manager. Read more…

South African Super Returns to TOP500

January 19, 2012

R9-million upgrade bumps Linpack performance from 25 to 61 teraflops. Read more…

The State of the Lustre Community

August 1, 2011

A year ago the Lustre community was stunned by Oracle's message at the 2010 Lustre User Group (LUG). Lustre was no longer a vendor neutral platform; you had to buy Sun/Oracle storage hardware to get future versions of the software. The community uproar was strong to the threat HPC's most popular file system going away. Read more…

Oracle Setting HPC Adrift

August 12, 2010

Layoffs, a missing product roadmap, and an SC10 no-show all point to company's exit from the high performance computing business. Read more…

Oracle: What now for HPC?

February 25, 2010

Company may still be formulating strategy. Read more…

With Sun, Oracle Aims at Giants

January 27, 2010

Merged company will battle IBM, HP, Dell and Cisco. Read more…

Sun, Oracle Chiefs Vow: Sun Technologies Will Live On

January 22, 2010

McNealy and Ellison vow to carry Sun technologies forward. Read more…

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