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IBMs Websphere Gets Grid Features

Grid lets customers tap idle resources.

Grid Computing Edges Into the Mainstream

The Globus Project's Globus Toolkit 3.0 melds the worlds of grid computing and Web services and helps bring grid computing into more mainstream, commercial applications.

Retooling for Development

|'s Sforce offers Web services links.

Stanford Cluster to Bridge Sciences

Stanford University is using supercomputer clusters as a way to bridge the once-isolated disciplines of physics, biology and engineering. to Offer Hosted Development Tools

| plans to extend its business model to providing hosted development tools with the release of its sforce online application development utility.

Time to End Gridlock

What corporations need to do is suck the cycles out of the PCs they already own. That's where grid computing comes in.

eWEEK Labs Walk-Through of VMware Fusion SLIDESHOW

VMware's new Fusion product does a good job making Windows applications available to OS X. Join eWEEK Labs on a tour of Fusion's highlights.

IBM Builds Blade-Powered Superclusters

IBM is rolling out new prepackaged and pretested superclusters that include its blade server technology.

Reader Response: Service Matters

Readers respond to Jim Rapoza's May 19 article "Service Matters."

Gateway Grid Used in Diabetes Research

The American Diabetes Association is using Gateway's grid program to run a compute-intensive application designed to accelerate diabetes-related research.


|, a finalist in this year's Excellence Awards program, is among the most complete CRM packages we've tested and is especially well-thought-out for the hosted space.

IBM, Cisco to Extend Grids

IBM has enlisted help from networking vendor Cisco Systems Inc. to build out its grid computing vision.

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