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Next Generation Sequencing

With a massive surge in genomics research, the ability to quickly process very large amounts of data is now required for any organization that is involved in genomics. While the cost has been reduced significantly, the amount of data that is produced is has increased as well. This article describes next generation sequencing and how a combination of hardware and innovative software can decrease the amount of time to sequence genomes.

Avere Systems Unveils New Cloud-Core NAS (C2N) for the Enterprise

“The Avere C2N System transforms traditional storage environments into cloud infrastructure that scales from 120 Terabytes to more than five Petabytes to provide an easy and economical path to the cloud. Unlike other object storage solutions that start at a petabyte or more, Avere offers an entry-point solution built for starting small and scaling to large capacities for demanding applications in media and entertainment, life sciences, financial services, technology and other high data-growth industries.”

DDN Releases EXAScaler 3.0 Lustre Solution

“EXAScaler 3.0 raises the bar for Lustre performance and management,” said Laura Shepard, senior director of products and vertical markets, DDN. “As the world’s most experienced Lustre provider, DDN leverages input from a broad installed base and the Lustre community to deliver the most advanced Lustre solutions to our customers around the globe.”

Quantum Names Molly Rector VP of Marketing

Today Quantum announced that Molly Rector has joined the company as vice president, marketing. Rector brings more than 15 years of enterprise storage experience to the role, including 12 years as a chief marketing officer — most recently at DDN and previously at archive storage vendor Spectra Logic.

Dell Powers New HPC Cluster at the University of Alabama at Birmingham

Today the University of Alabama at Birmingham unveiled a new supercomputer powered by Dell. With a peak performance of 110 Teraflops, the system is 10 times faster than its predecessor. “With their new Dell EMC HPC cluster, UAB researchers will have the compute and storage they need to aggressively research, uncover and apply knowledge that changes the lives of individuals and communities in many areas, including genomics and personalized medicine.”

DDN Names Robert Triendl SVP Global Sales, Marketing and Field Services

“DDN has a long history of technological innovation, a great team and a phenomenal market opportunity,” said Triendl. “I am excited to help realize what I believe is tremendous potential to extend our unmatched delivery of performance and capacity at scale – far beyond what most can even imagine.”

DDN Appliance Speeds WOS Object Storage

“The growing number of use cases that object storage can satisfy represents a huge opportunity for DDN – especially as cases like collaboration and active archive for large and ‘forever’ data sets are concentrated in DDN customer sites and well-established DDN markets,” said Molly Rector, CMO, executive vice president product management and worldwide marketing at DDN. “WOS’ differentiated benefits give it a strong competitive advantage for current and emerging use cases, and with multiple appliance and software-only options customers have complete architectural flexibility and choice.”

Lustre Training Day Coming to SC16 in Salt Lake City

Coming to SC16? Intel is hosting a one-day Lustre training session on Friday November 18th, 2016 at the Sheraton in Salt Lake City. “You can expect the top Lustre experts to spend the day with on the training topics that you care about.”

Video: HPC in the Cloud

“Nimbis was founded in 2008 by HPC industry veterans Robert Graybill and Brian Schott to act as the first nationwide brokerage clearinghouse for a broad spectrum of integrated cloud-based HPC platforms and applications. Our fully integrated online Technical Computing Marketplace comprises several stores hosting modeling and simulation applications on HPC platforms in the cloud.”

Yottabyte Powers Data-Intensive Research at University of Michigan

“With the Yottabyte Research Cloud, researchers will be able to ask more questions, faster, of the ever-expanding and massive sets of data collected for their work,” said Yottabyte CEO Paul Hodges. “We are very pleased to be a part of the diverse and challenging research environment at U-M. This partnership is a great opportunity to develop and refine computing tools that will increase the productivity of U-M’s world class researchers.”