Former Terra Soft CEO Kai Staats will serve the new company as its Chief Operating Officer. Satoshi Miki, CEO of Fixstars, will continue to head the parent company in Japan. Fixstars has additional home offices in Montreal and Victoria, B.C., Canada "This acquisition completes...
Terra Soft will display the alpha version of its new product Tuesday at the Supercomputing Expo in Reno, Nev. However, the product will not ship until the second quarter of 2008, according to Kai Staats, CEO of Terra Soft Solutions Y-Film is a product formed from two separate ...
"Any time something creative is done with Linux on Power, it showcases a unique solution and stimulates others to also think outside of the box to recognize that we can choose to live in an other than Wintel world and still be viable, even thrive," Kai Staats, CEO of Terra Soft Solutions, told LinuxInsider...
"This is the first time the Power Architecture is being promoted in this manner. Through Power.org [thesponsors] are pushing hard for Power to be recognized for the incredible inroads and foundation itmaintains in a wide variety of industries -- military, telco, automobile, spaceborne and interplanetary andconsumer," Kai Staats, CEO of Terra Soft Solutions, told LinuxInsider...
This year's event will expand upon the successes of last year's initial goals for the Hack-a-Thon. It focused on using the Sony PS3s in a cluster, giving demonstrations for the use of Terra Soft Solution's Y-HPC Cluster Construction suite, Cluster Resources' Torque and Moab and Mercury's MultiCore Framework SDK, said Kai Staats, CEO of Terra Soft Solutions...
"Power is used to manage back-end corporate infrastructure, to serve applications and for grid computing. Insurance companies, banks and Wall Street use Power. Your every cell phone call at some point is processed by a Power Architecture blade," said Kai Staats, CEO of Yellow Dog Linux developer Terra Soft and a cheerleader for Power.org, an association of hardware technology companies, software and individual developers of Power Architecture...
"The purpose was to bring individuals from IBM, Freescale, and PA Semi into the same room with developers, end users and independent software vendors (ISVs) in order to stimulate conversation, collaboration and ultimately an improved ecosystem," said Kai Staats, CEO of Yellow Dog Linux developer Terra Soft. He presented a key address, "The Business Case For Software on Power," at the summit...
Kai Staats, CEO of Yellow Dog Linux developer Terra Soft, presented a key address on "The Business Case For Software on Power" and an overview of the HPC Consortium (high-performance computing) and that organization's first Hack-a-thon held in January. Staats founded the HPC Consortium in January...
"E17 was an industry first, an exciting transition away from the norms of KDE and Gnome to something fresh, aesthetically new, and simpler to use," Kai Staats, CEO of Terra Soft Solutions, told LinuxInsider. "Only YDL ships with E17 by default, with KDE and Gnome available on the Install DVD."
Terra Soft Solutions is one of several companies that provide board support packages for the Yellow Dog Linux version, said Kai Staats, CEO of Terra Soft. Yellow Dog Linux is a popular operating system for the PowerPC architecture besides the well-known Apple OS "This project ...
Kai Staats, co-founder and CEO of Terra Soft Solutions, told LinuxInsider that the XR9 offers board-level design that sets it apart from other Power Architecture solutions Comparing XR9 To Apple(s)...
With the close of part one of this column [Kai Staats "The Cell Phone Calls," MacNewsWorld, July 28, 2004], my first reaction was to toss my cell phone from the car, to teach it who was in control But the thought of the look on my bookkeeper's face when I would explain why I n...
I am honored to be invited to write for MacNewsWorld. As one who isdaily entrenched in Linux and high performance computing, it may be expectedthat I would write about the battle between Linux and Windows, PowerPC andIntel. But I do that for a living. I need a break, a creative outlet for thosethoughts that otherwise remain trapped between brain, fingers andkeyboard...