Showcases this Linux based distributed parallel supercomputer at Duke University.
Italian Academic Consortium for Supercomputing Applications in Rome presents documentation on its Beowulf project. In Italian only.
Learn about this Beowulf computer designed for experiments in distributed rendering and visualization.
University of Louisville's Mechanical Engineering Department provides details about its 2600 MHz Beowulf parallel computer.
Furnishes a description of this project's development of software for computational mathematics.
Shows the workings of this parallel computer located at the University of Barcelona, created by linking together several Pentium-based PCs.
Introduces the Beowulf cluster at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology created by a series of Intel machines running GNU/Linux.
Displays pictures and provides a description of this parallel computer made of inexpensive Alpha workstations connected with an ethernet switch.
Describes the SMILE project, an effort to build an affordable high performance computing platform.
Outlines this parallel Macintosh cluster, a plug and play parallel computer. View benchmarking charts.
Describes the Beowulf-Style Parallel Computer located at the Oak Ridge National Lab. Details both its hardware and software.
Contains an archive of European clustering groups, organizations, vendors and networks.
Project aims to develop and deploy a hierarchical campus-wide cluster of clusters supporting advanced applications in scientific computing.
University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee presents its Beowulf system which is used to experiment within the Physics Department.
Offers detailed info and pictures of this supercomputer environment. Consists of two Beowulf type clusters, Smaug and Glaurung.