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Slidecast: DDN GS7K – Scale-Out Parallel File System Storage Appliance

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“High performance computing is critical in commercial markets, spanning a wide range of applications across multiple industries, and this trend is only growing. The GS7K from DDN will help bring the latest high-performance storage technologies to more of these markets, connecting companies to their next innovations faster while satisfying their enterprise standards.”

This Week in HPC: Cray Unveils Next Generation Supercomputer and DDN Extends Product Line with Scale-out Appliance

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In this episode of This Week in HPC, Michael Feldman and Addison Snell from Intersect360 Research discuss the next generation Cray XC40 supercomputer with DataWarp technology as well the introduction of a new Scale-out Storage Appliance from DDN based on GPFS.

NCAR Taps Globus Plus and GPFS in a “Dropbox for Big Data”

The Globally Accessible Data Environment (GLADE) is the centralized file service located at the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center in Cheyenne. (Photo courtesy David Read, NCAR.)

NCAR has implemented an enhanced data sharing service that allows scientists increased access to data and improved capabilities for collaborative research.

Cambridge Goes With Double Data Protection from OCF

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OCF has teamed with IBM and DDN to provide a secure, offsite, replicated data archive for the University of Cambridge.

IBM Data Infrastructure for Exascale Computing

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Scott Fadden from IBM presented this talk at the Stanford HPC Conference. “What does it mean to provide data to an Exascale system? Many believe that the current model of adding more disks and installing faster networks won’t get us there. So how do you get the right data to the right processor at the right time? How dow begin to leverage new storage technologies? This presentation explores some the Exascale challenges and provides insight on what is being done today to learn about and prepare for managing data in an Exascale system.”