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Weka Extends Capabilities WekaFS Data Platform

CAMPBELL, Calif., December 2, 2021 – AI data platform vendor WekaIO (Weka) today announced the availability of its latest version of WekaFS, the fastest storage for data-intensive applications that provides users with enhanced capabilities for cloud deployments and provides new capabilities for both cloud native and virtualized applications on premises. Weka’s data platform, built on WekaFS, […]

insideHPC Guide to Composable Disaggregated Infrastructure (CDI) Clusters

[SPONSORED POST] This technology guide, “insideHPC Guide to Composable Disaggregated Infrastructure (CDI) Clusters,” will show how the Silicon Mechanics Miranda CDI Cluster™ reference architecture can be a CDI solution blueprint, ideal for tailoring to specific enterprise or other organizational needs and technical issues. The guide is for a technical person, especially those who might be a sys admin in financial services, life sciences or a similarly compute-intensive field. This individual may be tasked with making CDI work with a realizable ROI or just finding a way to extend the value of their IT investment while still meeting their computing needs.

Panasas Joins Thales Network for HPC Storage Security  

SAN JOSE – Dec. 1, 2021 – High-performance computing (HPC) data storage company Panasas announced it has joined the Thales Accelerate Partner Network and is working with Thales on the adoption of integrated storage security solutions. The Panasas PanFS parallel file system delivers uncompromised performance to meet the intensive requirements of contemporary HPC and AI/ML […]

SDSC and Fungible Claim Record HPC Storage Performance

SANTA CLARA, Calif. & SAN DIEGO — Fungible Inc., a data-centric computing company, and the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California San Diego, today announced they have shattered the NVMe over TCP storage initiator performance world record, achieving 10M IOPS,* beating the old record of 6.55 IOPS. The tests were administered […]

DDN Launches AI Innovation Lab with NVIDIA in Singapore

CHATSWORTH, Calif. – Nov. 11, 2021 – DDN, the artificial intelligence (AI) and multi-cloud data management company, today announced that it has joined with NVIDIA to establish an AI Innovation Lab in Singapore to drive innovation and accelerate the deployment of AI-based solutions for enterprises. The AI Innovation Lab will provide customers and partners the necessary infrastructure […]

Inspur and Samsung Announce Joint Open Storage Solution for OCP

SAN JOSE, November 9, 2021 – At this week’s OCP Global Summit in San Jose Inspur and Samsung will jointly launch the Poseidon V2 E3.x reference system.  This product adopted composable architecture to maximize the benefits of EDSFF E3.x form factor.  The Poseidon V2 system can accommodate not only the PCIe Gen5 SSDs but also various […]

Secure Petabyte Transportable Storage for the Rugged Edge

In this sponsored post, Braden Cooper, Product Marketing Manager at One Stop Systems, discusses how OSS uses the latest in NVMe storage technologies and rugged environmental design to meet the need of next-gen HPC storage applications. At the current rate of data expansion, Exabyte storage and communication requirements are an inevitability in the not-so-distant future.  The most rapid and secure path to sending this scale of data from source to processing center is in locked transportation cases by truck and plane. 

Exxact Partners with SoftIron on Ceph-based Software Defined Storage

FREMONT, CA, October 19, 2021 — Exxact Corporation, provider of high-performance computing (HPC), artificial intelligence (AI) and data center solutions, and SoftIron, provider of task-specific data infrastructure solutions, today announced a partnership to create solutions for the enterprise designed to make software-defined storage (SDS) simple. Data center infrastructure is rapidly evolving to meet the needs […]

HPC: Stop Scaling the Hard Way

…today’s situation is clear: HPC is struggling with reliability at scale. Well over 10 years ago, Google proved that commodity hardware was both cheaper and more effective for hyperscale processing when controlled by software-defined systems, yet the HPC market persists with its old-school, hardware-based paradigm. Perhaps this is due to prevailing industry momentum or working within the collective comfort zone of established practices. Either way, hardware-centric approaches to storage resiliency need to go.

Chenbro Launches 2U Compact JBOD for High-Density Storage

Taipei, Taiwan, October 7, 2021 – Chenbro (TWSE: 8210), designer and manufacturer of own-brand rackmount systems, has announced the compact 2U JBOD, the DS25224, which supports 24 x 2.5” tool-less SAS or SATA drives, with the 12Gbps redundant expanders, designed for the big data era. Big data and data analytics are driving a continuous demand […]