An easy-to-use, free service that leads Internet users to all of the
information available on the Internet relating to PCs, Macintoshes,
and Unix computers. You can get the most up-to-date information
including pointers to all Usenet news groups, mailing lists, Gopher
and World Wide Web servers, anonymous FTP sites, and other
Cornell Theory Center
which includes links to extensive online information system about
supercomputing architectures there (currently including IBM ES9000,
IBM RS/6000 cluster, IBM SP1, IBM PVS, and Kendall Square
information on high-performance three-dimensional computation, including
the ARPA proposal done in partnership with Kendall Square Research for a
real-time volume rendered virtual reality with real-time physical simulation.
The National Coordination Office for High Performance
Computing and Communications (NCO/HPCC) server.
The server contains a variety of HPCC-related
information, including the FY 1994 "Blue Book" titled "High Performance
Computing and Communications: Towards a National Information Infrastructure".
High Performance Computing Centre.
The HPC Centre supports High Performance Computing within the
South and South West of England. The Centre runs courses and workshops as
well as supporting a number of HPC machines.
Mathematics and Computer Science Division.
Includes information on Argonne's Mathematics and Computer Science Division,
which has the world's largest IBM massively parallel computer (an SP1)
and is establishing a CAVE virtual reality environment.
Centre for Advanced Studies, Research and Development. It's an
interdisciplinary research centre developing advanced simulation
techniques and applying them, by means of high performance computers,
to the solution of large scale computational problems in various
viability of NCSA Mosaic & NCSA HTTPD for satisfying U.S. Government
information dissemination requirements including interactive documents,
multimedia, database applications, & document conversations.
Includes not just AI work but compilers and computer architecture as well.
MIT Laboratory for Computer Science:
An index to pages and demos provided by research groups at the MIT
Laboratory for Computer Science.
Information about the NIMT. Server to be expanded to
include summary information on NIMT areas of interest, including
Executive Support Systems, Groupware, Strategic/Management Use of IT,
Multi Media, Trends.
SDSC's server provides general information about the center itself,
information about research in high performance computing, services,
software, education and community outreach, highlights of the science and
events happening at SDSC as well as partnerships and collaborations with
Front Range UNIX Users' Group is an informal group of
professionals working with the UNIX system. Our purpose is to share
knowledge of and experience with the UNIX operating system and related
From Cyberspace Communications Inc. This server contains
descriptions of the purpose, ideals, bylaws and FAQ relating to this system.
Information about how to access and use the system is also present.
The system provides free access to conference software (PicoSpan), and many
other services to the general public. The server also contains pointers to
related systems and items of general interest to the community, along with
documents belonging to users which they desire to make public.
The Numerical Algorithms Group Ltd (NAG) WWW server provides
(non-commercial) information about NAG's mathematical and scientific
software products and services. Information includes technical
reports, availability, user notes, installation notes, demos and
downloadable sofwtare. The server is also the home of the Fortran 90
Hewlett-Packard designs, manufactures and services electronic
products and systems for measurement, computation and
communications. Our basic business purpose is to create information
products that accelerate the advancement of knowledge and improve
the effectiveness of people and organizations. The company's
products and services are used in industry, business, engineering,
science medicine and education in approximately 110 countries.
IKE - IBM Kiosk for Education.
IKE, the IBM Kiosk for Education, is a free information service for
IBM users in the higher education community. IKE offers IBM product
information and news, as well as software to download and a bulletin
board for exchanging ideas with colleagues.
The NCD WWW server provides corporate information as well as product
and support information for NCD's three major product lines: NCD X terminals,
NCD PC-Xware (X server software for PCs), and Z-Mail Enterprise-wide Electronic
Information Dimensions are working with document management
systems in a client/server environment. They have support
for all the PC document formats but also supports
SGML and HTML through their WEBserver.