Globus Consortium in NY Times

Steve Lohr of the New York Times writes about how the Globus Consortium is working to accelerate the adoption of Grid computing by the business world. This is the first I’ve heard of the consortium, but the main point of the story is one that seems to pop up in the mainstream press periodically: grid computing or the tools of grid and high-performance computing are now making their way into the “mainstream” of business.

2 Responses to “Globus Consortium in NY Times”

  1. Trish Says:

    The Chicago Sun-Times also has a write-up.

  2. Bill Says:

    And IBM’s description of the consortium (who knew?) is here.

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