Auto industry? What auto industry?

Here in Detroit, we have the big 3 … Ford, GM, and Chrysler. Well, maybe no longer. This morning the government passed judgment on this industry, which had been requesting capital to survive, as the credit markets, despite protestations to the contrary from various sources, is still frozen … and they (and all other businesses) […]

Twitter Updates for 2009-03-25

@insideHPC Volume rules. This is why HPC is, and must, go down market, to desktops. And why accelerators are so important. in reply to insideHPC # @herrold You should tell you quant friend that we (scalable) are well on our way to 16 GPUs per machine. Currently max 8. Pegasus-gpu # Powered by Twitter Tools. […]

First, pre-tuning numbers for the *small* “velocibunny”

Ok, I know you have been asking … What is a “velocibunny” Think of it as … um … a very very fast JackRabbit. Not that JackRabbit isn’t fast … it appears to be best in its class in performance. But “velocibunny” is faster. A lot faster. How fast and what workloads? Viewed 16806 times […]

More about the Sun-IBM thing

John L over at InsideHPC writes about an article that appears in the print version of the New York Times. In this article, John notes that IBM is scouring Sun Microsystems contracts … well, their lawyers are doing due diligence, in large part, to help figure out if there is something of value there. John […]