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Kingston NVMe Technologies Speed Up HPC at SC17

In this video from SC17 in Denver, Rich Kanadjian from Kingston describes the company’s wide array server memory and NVMe PCIe Flash solutions for HPC.

Today’s supercomputing installations are capable of doing billions of calculations per second and managing data in enormous volume and velocity. Kingston continues to provide top data solutions with reliability and predictable performance for the world’s most powerful HPC and enterprise big data applications, while also laying the groundwork for future innovation in data center efficiency.”

At SC17, Kingston and its partners demonstrated the consistent data performance and reliability of its forthcoming DCU1000, the industry’s fastest NVMe PCIe SSD in the U.2 form factor, purpose-built to predictably accelerate the crushing workload data demands of legacy enterprise software, the latest business and big data applications, 8K video rendering and high performance computing for the era of artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT).

Kingston‘s first products and parallel computing architectures were introduced in the same year (1987), meaning our company grew up alongside modern supercomputing, delivering the reliability and raw data performance for HPC-driven breakthroughs since the very beginning,” said Ariel Perez, SSD business manager, Kingston.

Featured in some of the world’s most prestigious HPC installations, Kingston delivers end-to-end server memory and NVMe PCIe data performance solutions to feed the data-hungry HPC deployments driving everything from big data and government intelligence to media & entertainment. Kingston’s upcoming DCU1000 U.2 NVMe PCIe solution complements the company’s other NVMe PCIe products, enabling users to take full advantage of U.2 interfaces in tandem with traditional NVMe PCIe SSDs and the data pipeline with maximum performance in these increasingly unconventional compute environments. In addition, the U.2 form factor delivers hot-swappable NVMe, eliminating the potential for performance interruptions due to device failure.

Founded in October 1987, Kingston released a new infographic tracking its evolution across three decades of HPC to become one of the most complete providers of end-to-end data performance solutions.

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