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Related distributed cluster projects

  • The NIST Scalable Computing Testbed project focuses on larger ATM-based networks.
  • The Extreme Linux project is trying to improve and evolve Linux for high-performance computing.
  • Beowulf systems use a channel-bonding technology to utilize multiple ethernet cards per node to increase network bandwidth.
  • The High Speed Networks and Parallel Applications Project has developed a communication interface (BIP) for Myrinet PC networks.
  • Berkeley NOW project has been exploring larger (N>64) Unix clusters with high-speed networks.
  • The Illinois HPVM project provides a low-latency messages, and an MPI port (MPI-FM) of fast messages.
  • The DAISy project at Sandia also uses a similar fast-ethernet/Myrinet network configuration.
  • Myricom keeps a list of projects worldwide that use Myrinet networking technology.

Meetings and workshops

Linux related links

Message passing and related software