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DDN: Innovating to Create a Brighter Future for AI, HPC, and Big Data

Alex Bouzari is CEO, Chairman & Co-founder of DDN.

In this video from the DDN User Group at ISC 2019, Alex Bouzari from DDN presents: Innovating to Create a Brighter Future for AI, HPC, and Big Data.

In this rapidly changing landscape of HPC, DDN brings fresh innovation with the stability and support experience you need. Stay in front of your challenges with the most reliable long term partner in data at scale.”

According to Intersect360’s HPC User Site Census, DDN is the number-one storage vendor in terms of installed systems since the beginning of 2017.

DDN’s commitment to the market is obvious in these results,” said Addison Snell, CEO, Intersect360 Research. “With their launch of EXA5, they appear well positioned to address the needs of data intensive computing organizations for both research and commercial purposes.”

DDN’s leadership was evenly distributed between sectors surveyed, being number-one in Academic, Commercial and Government deployments. In Intersect360’s report, most of the DDN systems (79% of the mentions) were for larger systems of 500TB or more. Intersect360 sees the HPC storage market as a continued growth sector, with the ability to address increasingly complex requirements that are emerging with new workloads like AI and Deep Learning.

Alex Bouzari is CEO, Chairman & Co-founder of DDN. He has over twenty five years of experience in founding and managing profitable, high growth technology companies. Prior to co-founding DataDirect Networks – which is now the world’s largest, privately held storage company, with over 1,000 customers and ≈600 employees in 20 countries – Alex served as CEO of Personal Writer, Inc., and was a co-founder of MegaDrive Systems, Inc.. Alex holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Engineering and Economics from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), with graduate studies in Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Stanford University.

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