[GE users] Re: History of GridEngine -- was Re: [GE users] logo/mascot of GridEngine?
rayrayson at gmail.com
Thu Jun 22 16:08:36 BST 2006
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Your IT guys are indeed correct:
Global Resource Director (GRD): Customer Scenarios for Large Multiprocessor
*"GRD originated from a joint development of Raytheon Systems Comapny of
Garland TX, Instrumental Inc of St. Paul MN, and GENIAS Software Gmbh of
And CODINE is basically Gridengine in SGE mode, and GRD adds SGEEE mode. May
be Fritz can send you a copy of the paper if you don't have IEEE access...
On 6/22/06, Brett_W_Grant at raytheon.com <Brett_W_Grant at raytheon.com> wrote:
> The guys in our IT department always claimed that Raytheon developed GE.
> The history section of the wiki doesn't even suggest it, but the text
> below, taken from a Raytheon newsletter dated Summer 2002, suggests Raytheon
> had a much bigger role. I was just wondering if there was a more detailed
> history of the timeline available? I know that at one time Raytheon was
> part of the support tier for GE, but not anymore. This is just a curiosity
> question - I tend to think that the our IT guys are overemphasizing
> Raytheon's role. Perhaps raytheon just provided oversight? Perhaps this is
> relating to a completely different product with a similar name.
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