The following collection of news items are in reverse chronological order.
The Intel and the RADIANT team at LANL receive an R&D 100
Award for 10-Gigabit Ethernet: Speed Really Changes Everything.
The RADIANT team receives an R&D 100 Award for
mpiBLAST: A High-Speed Software Catalyst for Genetic Research.
Feng moderates a panel on "Grids: Hype, Substance, or
Renaissance" at the 33rd International Conference on Parallel
Feng & Hsu receive the "Innovative Supercomputer
Architecture Award" at the International Supercomputer Conference
for their work on "Green Destiny and its Evolving Parts.
Feng is named to HPCwire's Top People & Organizations to
The RADIANT team, as part of a multi-institutional
collaboration, receives an "On the Road to a Gigabit Award" for the
Ultralight Partnership Sponsored by CENIC and Cal-(IT)2.
11 December: Our RLX cluster at
SC 2001 was mentioned in an RLX
press release and a Linuxgram
10 November: Mike
Warren and RADIANT, in conjunction with RLX
Technologies, demonstrated a fully populated
RLX System 324 cluster running a 10-million N-Body
simulation at SC
2001. Click here for
31 October:The NPACI & SDSC
Online, Volume 5, Issue 22 press release, "The
10-Gig Experience Comes to SDSC", announces our
talk on research directions in High-Performance
The news release, "SDSC to Host
NSF-Sponsored 10-Gigabit Ethernet Workshop",
announces our talk on research directions in High-Performance Networking. It is available from:
The Byte Magazine coverage of SC 2000,
"Report from SC 2000, page 4",
talks about our paper "The
Failure of TCP in High-Performance Computational Grids".