Calxeda Launches Low-Power Server-on-a-Chip

28.11.2011 20:05

This hyper-efficient new server-on-a-chip system consumes as little as 1.5 watts.

NCAR Facility Targets Efficiency and Sustainability

14.11.2011 18:34

The National Center for Atmospheric Research and IBM have teamed up to build the energy-efficient Yellowstone supercomputer for the Wyoming Supercomputing Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Linux Foundation Sounds Off on UEFI

28.10.2011 20:07

Will UEFI secure boot lock a whole generation of computers out of Linux? Recent guidelines from the Linux Foundation will help to ensure that system admins and computer users will still have the power to change the operating system.

Canonical Showcases Linux New Media Pubs

25.10.2011 22:49

Canonical announces an innovative agreement to provide digital editions of ADMIN, Linux Magazine, and Ubuntu User through the Ubuntu Software Center. 

XSEDE Project Up and Running

17.10.2011 01:49

The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) replaces the TeraGrid project as a source for HPC services within the scientific community.

IBM Snaps Up Platform Computing

17.10.2011 01:41

IBM bolsters its holdings in the red-hot grid computing space with its purchase of Platform Computing, a leader in clustering and HPC solutions.

HP Announces – But Doesn’t Release – New Cloud Services

03.10.2011 12:29

Select beta testers get to take the new cloud services for a spin, but most details remain under wraps.

Ack Wants To Be The Better Grep

20.09.2011 14:46

A tiny tool named Ack seeks to supersede the classic Unix command line tool Grep.

What Happens with WebOS?

02.09.2011 19:45

Just two months after it became available, HP announced in a press release it would discontinue its TouchPad tablets and smartphone devices that run webOS, the Linux-based operating system it inherited in the $1.2 billion purchase of Palm in April 2010. But what will happen to webOS, the smartphone OS that many still consider an alternative to Android and the iPhone?

Power Budgeting in the Virtual Data Center

25.08.2011 23:08

The virtualization revolution was partly driven by a need to save on energy costs, but further improvements won't happen unless system vendors give up the old paradigms for power budgeting.