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Issue 39: iSGTW 29 August 2007

 Feature - Thailand goes tera: scientists connect to the power of ThaiGrid

Thai scientists are using grid power to investigate tsunami simulations in the Indian Ocean.
Image courtesy of ThaiGrid

Thai scientists recently welcomed their first teraflop addition to ThaiGrid, an infrastructure now spanning more than 80 servers across 15 sites. 

Putchong Uthayopas, director of the Thai National Grid Project, is chairing the grid session at this week’s APAN 2007.

Uthayopas speaks here about the development and future of ThaiGrid, the challenges it faces and the doors it is opening.

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Opinion - Sustainability

 Grids can be green
Can grids really conform to the growing demand for green technology, or is this just a case of lucky alliteration?

David Wallom disposes with pretense to discuss issues and solutions behind greening grids.

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Feature - Interoperability

 Joining the dots: interoperable grids
Grids across the planet have proven the scientific value of grid technology.

Anne Heavey discusses moves to connect these grids in to a mega interoperable grid.

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Link of the week

/FennoGrid: gridding with the people
What happens if you gather 5000 gamers, with almost 3000 personal computers, and ask them to hook together an ad-hoc grid at a massive gaming festival?

FennoGrid finds out.

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Image of the week

Anti-cancer agent in watery bind

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