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The supercomputing world publishes a list twice a year of the 500 most powerful supercomputers. Conveniently, it's called the Top500 project. The list is part bragging rights (among vendors) and part trends tracking (among scholars). But without a doubt, the list represents the who's who of supercomputing and high-performance computing. The 27th Edition was announced today at 2006 International Supercomputer conference in Dresden, Germany.
Reuters/Tokyo reports that Intel is set to announce a new Xeon processor line, to date it has been codenamed Woodcrest. For those folks interested in Intel's and AMD's newest procs to reduce power consumption, I wanted to remind you about the P-states feature within Windows Server 2003 SP1 and R2.
Windows Compute Cluster Server has been RTM'd, and the bloggers and press are running their stories. Here are 10 things that you won't read there that you may find interesting about Windows CCS.
Want to know more about Virtual Server and the roadmap? Go in-depth on Virtual Server in this new TechNet webcast series for IT professionals. Microsoft subject matter experts walk you through how to plan and deploy and manage various virtualization solution scenarios.
As Bostonians cast their eyes toward New York and the 4-game series against the Yankees, I'll once again cast my eyes toward TechEd in Boston. This time around it's the three virtualization breakout sessions within the Windows Server Infrastructure track.
Mike Neil, a product unit manager on the virtual machine team (core OS) did a Q&A with Virtualization.info that's worth a read