bwbug: Two important announcements from the BWBUG
Michael.Fitzmaurice at gtsi.com
Wed Sep 27 09:06:21 PDT 2006
1) The first HPC system designed with COTS components and
engineered specifically for the HPC market is Terascala. Terascala
provide high performance, efficient use of power and ultra small foot
print. You will not want to miss this meeting. We are privileged to have
the Founder Larry Genovesi of Terascala as the speaker for the Oct 17th
date at the iLab in Herndon VA. There will be give aways and Pizza
We look forward to seeing you. This will be a great meeting to bring a
Please register at: http://www.bwbug.org/Meeting_Registration.php
October 17, 2006 2:30-5:00 PM ET Meeting Information
LOCATION: iLab - 460 Springpark Place Suite 900 Herndon, Virginia 20170
SPEAKER: Larry Genovesi, CEO, Terascala
"Eliminating Complexity in Creating HPC Storage/Computing/Networking
Terascala has designed a powerful, low-cost blade platform for
high-density computing, storage, and networking elements. The Terascala
Blade Cluster family provides new levels of configuration flexibility
and a fully-integrated blade management system for lights-out monitoring
and management of clusters of all sizes. Innovative power designs
reduce heat generation while increasing density to meet the
environmental needs of large datacenter installations. This
presentation will discuss design goals and trade-offs in the creation of
this architecture for high performance computing.
PHONE CONFERENCE & WEB CAST DETAILS:
Phone Dial-In Information Phone number: 1-866-740-1260 Enter 7-digit
access code: 3036359
Web Conference Participant Login Information
Enter your participant registration information.
To test your browser and network connections for compatibility prior to
the conference, go to: http://test.callinfo.com
If you have trouble automatically logging in using the link above,
please do the following: Go to: http://www.readytalk.com Enter 7-digit
access code: 3036359 (Do not enter spaces or dashes in the number.)
2) Georgetown University will be running their next "Introduction to
Beowulf Administering" class. The first class was a resounding success.
Please pass the word.
Georgetown University's Advanced Research Computing, in cooperation with
the Baltimore Washington Beowulf User Group, is pleased to announce
"Introduction to Beowulf Administering," the first course in the High
Performance and High Throughput Computing Series. This introductory
course is geared toward Linux/Unix system administrators who want to
learn how to design, build, and maintain Beowulf Clusters. For more
course details and registration information, see the URL below or
contact Jess Cannata directly.
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