Stories by Gary H. Anthes

Supercomputer on a chip

Computer scientists at the University of Texas at Austin are inventing a radical microprocessor architecture, one that aims to solve some of the most vexing problems facing chip designers today. If successful, the Defense Department-funded effort could lead to processors of unprecedented performance and flexibility.

Written by Gary H. Anthes04 Oct. 05 12:22

Love that 'legacy'

Like it or not, old code is still around, and it needs special care. By Gary Anthes

Written by Gary H. Anthes20 July 05 09:15

Interview: Internet pioneer looks ahead

Leonard Kleinrock is emeritus professor of computer science at the University of California, Los Angeles. He created the basic principles of packet switching, the foundation of the Internet, while a graduate student at MIT, where he earned a Ph.D. in 1963. The Los Angeles Times in 1999 called him one of the "50 people who most influenced business this century."
Computerworld's Gary H. Anthes interviewed Kleinrock in 1994 as part of the Internet's 25th anniversary celebration. Recently, Anthes asked Kleinrock for an update.

Written by Gary H. Anthes03 July 05 22:00

Supersmart security

For some time, we have been losing the battle against those who would damage our computer systems. That's because computers are increasingly interconnected and the software they run is more complex. Both factors increase vulnerability to infection and intrusion.

Written by Gary H. Anthes27 April 05 16:30