[Beowulf] HPC Market Question

Vincent Diepeveen diep at xs4all.nl
Tue Jan 13 19:07:53 EST 2009


hi,

My plans for 2009 are very simple: first generate income,
then if there is enough income i build a cluster.

That cluster comes there for sure when there is income.
The question whether there will be any income more than just to pay  
my bills...

Probably it is the same thing for most companies.

government organisations work a bit slower. Their budget shrink will  
more likely
get into their office on paper around mid 2009, so before that time  
maybe they can
still order something.

Vincent

p.s. the cluster i speak about is a private cluster to keep warm in  
during these cold winter days :)

On Jan 13, 2009, at 8:29 PM, Douglas Eadline wrote:

>
> Fellow HPC types:
>
> I have been running a micro-poll over at
> Linux Magazine asking about how the
> economy has effected your 2009 plans.
> It is a single question. So far
> we have had 77 respondents. I would like
> to hit 100 before the poll goes away at
> the end of this week. I will make the
> final results public as well.
>
> So what I am saying if you did not take
> my little micro-poll yet, click on the link
> below and tell us what is going on for you
> this year. You get to see the current results
> after you answer the question.
>
>   http://www.linux-mag.com/id/7198
>
> Comments are welcome as well.
>
> Thanks.
>
>
> --
> Doug
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