Less than six months ago, Wolfram Research integrated automatic
parallel technology into Mathematica 7. Today, that power can be
multiplied by more powerful hardware and clusters with the
release of gridMathematica 7, including new technology, Wolfram
Lightweight Grid Manager, for launching Mathematica on remote
gridMathematica extends the built-in parallelization features of
Mathematica by adding extra computation kernels and automated
network distribution tools--allowing users to run more tasks in
parallel, over more CPUs, for faster execution without changing a
line of code.
gridMathematica's new extension technology makes parallel tasks,
even personal supercomputing, easy. Whether computations are
distributed over local or remote CPUs, process coordination and
management is completely automated.
* gridMathematica Local adds four additional computation kernels
to the four already included in a single-machine Mathematica
license, making it ideal for individual user who needs a boost of
power on a multicore machine.
* gridMathematica Server provides a network-managed pool of
computation kernels that can be shared by a group of Mathematica
users locally or run on remote hardware to combine the power of
* Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager makes it easy for users to
acquire and run Mathematica computation kernels on remote
hardware and can control high-performance clusters or create ad
hoc grids from idle computers.
Using gridMathematica 7, you can automatically scale up your
tasks to grids of any size--allowing you to deliver accurate
solutions even faster.
More details about gridMathematica are available on its web
gridMathematica requires a Mathematica license and is available
for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
NOTE: gridMathematica users with Premier Service will receive an
email in the next few days notifying them of their free upgrade
and when they will receive their media shipment.
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