[Bioclusters] Server powers launch new grid group | CNET News.com

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Mon Jan 24 22:52:56 EST 2005

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--- "J.W. Bizzaro" <jeff at bioinformatics.org> wrote:
> ``In the latest effort to put corporate teeth into the amorphous idea
> of 
> grid computing, IBM, Hewlett-Packard and Intel have banded together, 
> forming a new group called the Globus Consortium.
> ``The consortium will try to steer an open-source software package 
> called the Globus Toolkit, which helps universities, companies and
> other 
> customers run software on large groups of networked computers called 
> grids. Grids today are chiefly used for high-performance computing
> tasks 
> such as climate simulation, but computing companies believe they'll 
> eventually run mainstream business software as well.''
> http://news.com.com/2100-7344-5546963.html
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