ActivityBase 5.1 integrates biological and chemical information and improves access to relevant inventory and test information.
gridMathematica 1.1 includes Mathematica 5. The update delivers large performance gains in dense numerical linear algebra, support for sparse numerical linear algebra, large-scale linear programming, arbitrary precision computation, and interprocess communication speed.
ACD/Labs' Interactive Laboratory, ACD/I-Lab, is an online prediction and search technology that integrates with Synthematix's Arthur Suite, allowing users to enhance reaction data with a range of chemical properties.
MacroModel 8.1 includes automatic setup for MCMM calculations in batch mode, serial MCMM calculations, and mixed-mode searches with LMOD and LLMOD.
JMP links statistics and graphics. The Design of Experiments (DOE) facility allows users to customize experiments, testing various factors and responses, to gain the greatest insight from the least resources.
Opus is the most powerful Intanium system in the world. The supercomputer is more than 30 times faster, has 50 times more disk space and 10 times more memory than Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's current computer, which was on the world's most powerful when installed in 1997.
Funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation, LeMieux is a 3,000 processor system installed in the Pittsburg Supercomputing Center.
Similar to the system in the number 9 spot, this AlphaServer ES45 is installed at The French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) - focusing on research, development and innovation in the fields of energy, defense, information technologies, communication and health.
The re-measured ASCI Q system at Los Alamos National Laboratory. ASCI Q is part of a
The Earth Simulator supercomputer was built by NEC and installed last year at the Earth Simulator Center in Yokohama, Japan.
The ASCI Linux Cluster is also installed at LLNL. The machine is currently in limited-access mode for science runs and file system testing. The unclassified 960-node cluster will provide computing cycles for ASCI Alliance users and unclassified ASCI code development.
The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) provides high-performance
ASCI White is also installed at LLNL. The supercomputer is involved with in National Nuclear Security Administration's Accelerated Strategic Computer Initiative - a 10-year program striving to reach 100-trillions calculations per second by 2005.
MCR is the most powerful Linux supercomputer in the world. It wasbuilt for the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in 2002.
The Numerical Simulator III project at NAL, also known as CeNSS, is a follow-up on the original Numerical Wind Tunnel and existing Numerical Simulator II. A parallel effort to the Earth Simulator, it became operational in October 2002.