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Active Archives: Object Storage for Data Sets in HPC

Supercomputing, or High Performance Computing (HPC), is now over 50 years old. Needless to say, HPC and supercomputers have come a long way since the 1960s, and a number of developments have contributed to that progress. Many players have come and gone in this space, and the advancements have been staggering. From GFLOPS to TFLOPS […]

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Predicting the Eclipse: HPC Enables Modern Calculations

Today, millions of people across the United States are watching the 2017 total solar eclipse. So much so, that the safety glasses needed to view the eclipse safely have been in short demand, and roads leading to the best viewing spots have been highly travelled as crowds gather. This begs the question, just how did […]

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FileFly Takes the Gold: TechGenix.com Review

Data tends to remain on the device where it was first stored. And if that’s your primary storage that is meant for active workloads, like transaction processing, then unstructured data can quickly fill up your file servers and create a number of issues for your organization from performance degradation to storage silos to slow file […]

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HPC: Caringo Object Storage at ISC High Performance

ISC High Performance, the event for high-performance networking, computing (HPC) and storage, is just around the corner. I’m looking forward to joining our EMEA team in Frankfurt at the expo and hope to meet you if you are attending. Tomorrow, I’ll be talking about real-life HPC use cases for object storage (register now to watch […]

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