Aeon Computing Ties HPC All Together at SC13

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In this video from SC13, Doug Johnson for Aeon Computing describes the company’s line of innovative storage solutions based on the Lustre file system.

Aeon Computing was recently selected by the San Diego Supercomputer Center to build and deploy a 7 PetabyteLustre parallel file system as part of the new petascale-level Comet supercomputer. The performance of the 7 PB (Petabyte) filesystem will exceed 200 Gigabytes per second.

SDSC pushes the envelope in research computing, and their requirements for high performance, affordability, and maintainability fit perfectly with Aeon’s product design approach,” stated Jeff Johnson, co-founder of Aeon Computing. “Working closely with SDSC’s staff and Comet stakeholders we were able to deliver a very affordable solution that meets the rigorous demands of data-intensive computing and support SDSC’s Comet initiative of HPC for the 99%.”

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