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http://www.hoise.com/

News on high performance computing from Europe. Newsletters and conference calendar.

http://www.gridcomputing.com/

An initiative to establish a global grid of computing power. Links to conferences, development, and related information.

http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/

Programming projects, calls for papers, software, documentation, other resources. Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany.

http://www.buyya.com/

Links to parallel computing resources.

http://www.beowulf.org/

History of Beowulf development, network drivers, software, documentation, papers, and links to other resources and cluster sites.

http://aggregate.org/

A network topology designed to minimize latency in clusters of PCs.

http://www.ltsp.org/

Documentation and installation scripts to make a Linux cluster of thin clients in an educational environment.

http://fai-project.org/

Automated system for installing Debian on PC clusters. Documentation and source available.

http://loki-www.lanl.gov/

At the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Documentation, configuration information, benchmarks, and pictures of calculations.

http://www.willab.fi/

Cluster information and links to Beowulf resources.

http://www.carrera.com/

Pentium-based Beowulf clusters. Product specifications.

http://www.par-tec.com/

Sells high-performance clusters. Product and contact information.

http://www.pssclabs.com/

Provides custom Beowulfs and workstations. Online quote form.

http://www.aspsys.com/

Manufacturing, design and service of HPC clusters and other high-performance systems.

http://www.advancedclustering.com/

Advanced Clustering sells turn-key beowulf clusters with AMD or Intel processors. Configurable online ordering.

http://www.hipc.org/

International Conference on High Performance Computing. Links to previous conference information and proceedings.

http://www.clustercomp.org/

Links to conference homepage for each year for the Task Force on Cluster Computing conference series.

http://www.euro-par.org/

Annual series of international conferences dedicated to the promotion and advancement of all aspects of parallel computing. Links to past and present conference information.

http://supercomputing.org/

The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis. Conference information and links to previous years' pages.

http://www.ppam.pl/

Annual conference sponsored by the Technical University of Czestochowa, in Poland.

http://www.compunity.org/

5th European Workshop on OpenMP. September 22-26, Aachen, Germany.

http://www.europar2006.de/

European Conference on Parallel Computing. August 29 – September 1, Dresden, Germany.

http://www.labri.fr/

6th International Workshop on Algorithms, Models and Tools for Parallel Computing on Heterogeneous Networks. In conjunction with IEEE International Conference on Cluster Computing. September 17–21, Austin, Texas, USA.

http://pads07.org/

21st International Workshop on Principles of Advanced and Distributed Simulation. In conjunction with Federated Computing Research Conference. June 12–15, San Diego, California, USA.

http://www.pdp2008.org/

Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and network-based Processing. February 13-15, Toulouse, France.

http://www.infoscale.org/

3rd International ICST Conference on Scalable Information Systems. June 4–6, Vico Equense, Italy.

http://www.cgo.org/

International Symposium on Code Generation and Optimization 2008 covers static, dynamic, adaptive or continuous optimization. April 6-9, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

http://www.isc-events.com/

International Supercomputing Conference. June 17–20, Dresden, Germany.

http://www.openmp.org/

An API for multi-platform shared-memory parallel programming in C/C++ and Fortran. Specification, presentations, event calendar, and sample programs.

http://bmdfm.de/

Automatic parallel execution of sequential applications on SMP computers. Identifies all parallelism by static and dynamic scheduling. No parallelizing directives are required. Uses Dataflow.