Informatics: Defining the Research Agenda, a three-day conference this fall on the future of research in informatics, will be held September 10-12, 2004 at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN.
Food and Drug Administration Will Hold Public Meeting to Discuss Electronic Records and Electronic SignaturesApril 30, 2004 8:00 pm | News | Comments
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will hold a public meeting to discuss various topics concerning our regulations on electronic records and electronic signatures in part 11 (21 CFR part 11). FDA has begun to re-examine part 11 as it applies to all FDA-regulated products.
Arnold Orville Beckman, Ph.D., the founder and chairman emeritus of Beckman Instruments, Inc. (now known as Beckman Coulter, Inc., headquartered in Fullerton, Calif.) died on Tuesday May 18th in his sleep at Scripps Green Hospital in La Jolla, Calif. He was 104.
TurboWorx Inc. has announced an agreement with Avnet Hall-Mark's IBM Division to use Avnet's Enablement Services Partnership (ESP) program to help them deliver turnkey IBM solutions.
Intel has confirmed that it is scrapping development of Tejas, its next-generation chip, and will accelerate development of dual-core processors for use across its server, desktop, and mobile platforms next year.
Cray Inc. Will Team With ORNL to Provide 100-Teraflop Department of Energy Leadership-Class SupercomputerApril 30, 2004 8:00 pm | News | Comments
Cray Inc. will collaborate with the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to provide the world's most powerful supercomputer. The leadership-class system will be used for advanced scientific research.
The European Particle Physics Laboratory CERN and Voltaire, a provider of InfiniBand solutions for high performance Grid computing, announced that Voltaire is contributing to the CERN openlab for DataGrid applications.
Cray Inc. has completed the acquisition of privately held OctigaBay Systems Corporation of Vancouver, British Columbia.
Concurrent Technologies and Thales Computers announce that they have recently signed an agreement. Under this agreement, they will be undertaking the joint development of a new family of Pentium M-based VME processor boards.
PathScale's High-Performance 64-Bit Compilers to Be Offered With IBM Departmental Supercomputing SolutionMarch 31, 2004 7:00 pm | News | Comments
IBM and PathScale have signed a teaming agreement to jointly market PathScale's high-performance AMD64-optimized Linux compiler suite to IBM HPC customers on a global basis.
IBM has outlined plans to openly collaborate and build a community of innovation around its Power microprocessor architecture used in a vast range of products from the world's most powerful enterprise systems and supercomputers to games and embedded devices.
Intergraph Corporation has resolved its patent infringement claims against Dell Inc. with regard to its Clipper patents. The settlement also resolves Intergraph's dispute with Intel Corporation regarding the Company's Parallel Instruction Computing (PIC) patents.
Indigo systems has been asked to participate in a DoD (Department of Defense) working group to establish infrared (IR) imaging technology guidelines for inter-agency use among various government and military offices.
Insightful Corporation's InFact text analysis business unit has been competitively selected by the
Dassault Systèmes and Rand A Technology Corporation, operating as RAND Worldwide announce plans to create RAND North America, Inc. ("RAND Americas"), a new joint venture focused on increasing sales of Dassault Systèmes Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software in North America.