Alberta and B.C. put research on the grid

Alberta and B.C. put research on the grid

Alberta and British Columbia are embarking on a $30 million grid-computing project that will link the two province's university research...

March 13th, 2002 Albert Leonardo

The grid is the key

The grid is the key

When the Internet and the World Wide Web caught on, well beyond a public curiosity and firmly entrenched as a...

March 7th, 2002 Chris Conrath

Platform sends grid software into beta

Platform sends grid software into beta

In another step toward the commercial acceptance of distributed grid computing, Platform Computing Inc. on Tuesday at the Global Grid...

February 19th, 2002 Dan Neel

Interview: A grip on the grid

Interview: A grip on the grid

As the executive director of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), Dan Reed may have one of the better...

February 10th, 2002 Michael Vizard

Dev Bytes

Dev Bytes

Next-generation wireless networking products capable of moving data at speeds up to 54Mbps were among the few technology highlights at...

November 29th, 2001 No Author

Viruses: good software gone bad

Viruses: good software gone bad

Ten years ago, computer security guru Fred Cohen made a revolutionary suggestion, one that inverted the roles of hardware and...

May 31st, 2001 Fred Hapgood