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Cisco will collaborate with other Globus Consortium members -- including HP, IBM, Intel, Sun Microsystems, Nortel Networks and Univa -- to steer the enterprise-level development efforts of the Globus Toolkit, the recognized standard in open source Grid middleware.
While the Globus Consortium is not a standards body, it does intend to work in tandem with existing Grid standards bodies--such as the Global Grid Forum (GGF)--to further drive implementation of standards that best support enterprise Grid implementations.
IBM is a founding member of the Globus Consortium and has worked closely with the Globus development community and the Globus ecosystem since its inception, investing millions of dollars in accelerating the adoption of Globus software in the commercial sector," said Ken King, Vice President, Grid Computing, IBM.
The Globus Consortium is moving very quickly to bolster enterprise support for the Globus Toolkit development community, which has already made great strides in providing an open platform that we believe will help facilitate Grid implementation in corporate data centers.
Insight's analysis of the grid industry was confirmed recently by the announcement on the part of commercial computing stalwarts IBM, Intel, Hewlett-Packard, and Sun Microsystems that they were forming the Globus Consortium to drive grid technology into mainstream commercial applications.
CHICAGO, May 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The Globus Consortium today announced the release of Globus Toolkit, version 4.
While the Globus Consortium is not a standards body, it does intend to work in tandem with existing Grid standards bodies -- such as the Global Grid Forum (GGF) -- to further drive implementation of standards that best support enterprise Grid implementations.