IBM announced it has applied a new approach in nanotechnology to aid conventional semiconductor processing, potentially enabling continued device miniaturization and chip performance improvements.
EMC Corporation has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Palo Alto-based VMware, Inc., a privately held software company focusing on Intel-based virtual computing software, in a cash transaction valued at approximately $635 million.
SGI announced at the SC03 conference its plans to deliver a new class of supercomputers. Using a new concept SGI calls "multi-paradigm computing," the machines will unite previously disparate computing architectures with SGI's scalable shared-memory technology.
Sun Microsystems and AMD announced a strategic alliance through which Sun will deliver new AMD Opteron processor-based Sun Fire systems and versions of the Solaris Operating System (OS) and the Java platform as well as Linux OS.
Mellanox Technologies has announced, in conjunction with Virginia Tech, the deployment, performance results and ranking for Virginia Tech's 1105 node InfiniBand computing cluster. The performance result achieves a #3 position on the new Top500 Supercomputer list.
IDBS and Agilent Technologies announced a license agreement. The collaboration allows Agilent to
Bruker Daltonics Inc., an operating company of Bruker BioSciences Corp. and the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) announced an advanced research collaboration on biomarker discovery and clinical proteomics.
Scientific Software and Nanostream, a provider of high throughput microfluidic analytical systems to companies in drug discovery and development, have signed a product agreement to deliver chromatography data system technology to end users.
Tripos and the Swedish biotech company Biovitrum announced positive results from the companies' discovery research partnership. In less than three months, Tripos successfully designed and synthesized a lead series for one of Biovitrum's high-priority projects.
The combination of Chemical Computing Group's Molecular Operating Environment (MOE) with IBM's range of hardware platforms is helping researchers address problems in the drug discovery industry.
Using a computer model describing the ocean, atmosphere and land surface to look at how
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