Both companies showcasing hassle-free, limitlessly scalable storage solutions tailored to the HPC market at ISC 2018
Austin, TX, June 7, 2018 — Caringo, Inc., a pioneer in scale-out object storage, today announced they are partnering with Boston Servers | Storage | Solutions Limited of the UK on an educational High-Performance Computing (HPC) webinar. As one of the leading system integrators, Boston is focused on achieving customer satisfaction by delivering high quality and reliable systems using the latest technologies available. Boston labs test and evaluate all the latest HPC technologies to ensure their solutions utilise the most innovative technologies on the market.
Caringo’s flagship product Swarm eliminates storage silos by turning standard server hardware into a hassle-free, limitless pool of data resources that delivers continuous protection, multi-tenancy and metering for chargebacks. HPC customers are able to offload data from primary storage and enable collaboration while reducing storage TCO by 75% and scaling to 100s of petabytes.
“We are pleased to work with Boston to provide complete storage solutions to support requirements for today’s rapidly scaling HPC use cases,” said Ben Canter, Caringo Global Sales Director. “The webinar and ISC give those challenged by the ever-changing storage, access and collaboration requirements in the HPC space a direct path to experts who have solved these issues for some of the largest research organizations in the world.”
With exponentially increasing data sets, variable file sizes and the need to support collaboration from various sites and different applications, traditional storage solutions have ceased being cost-effective or viable. Konstantinos Mouzakitis, Senior HPC Systems Engineer at Boston, and Caringo Object Storage Solutions Architect Alex Oldfield will talk about the benefits of using object storage in HPC use cases on June 12 at 8 AM PT/11 AM EDT/3 PM GMT/4PM BST. Register now to watch the webinar live or on demand after the event.
Konstantinos Mouzakitis, Senior HPC Systems Engineer at Boston said, “Boston has been partnering with Caringo for a number of years, so we’re pleased to bring our collective expertise together in this webinar to explain the use cases for object storage in HPC. Not only will you find out more about our partnership and HPC solutions, but we look forward to taking questions from participants.”
Both companies will also be exhibiting at ISC High Performance—the world’s oldest and Europe’s foremost HPC conference on June 24–27. Caringo will be at Stand K-413 and Boston at Stand C-1232. They will be co-sponsoring happy hour at the Caringo stand June 25 at 4pm and June 26 and 27 at 3 pm.
Caringo was founded in 2005 to change the economics of storage by designing software from the ground up to solve the issues associated with relentless data growth. Caringo’s flagship product, Swarm, decouples data from applications and hardware providing a foundation for continued data access and analysis that continuously evolves while guaranteeing data integrity. Today, Caringo software-defined object storage solutions are used to preserve and provide access to rapidly scaling data sets across many industries by organizations such as NEP, iQ Media, Argonne National Labs, Texas Tech University, Department of Defense, the Brazilian Federal Court System, City of Austin, British Telecom and hundreds more worldwide.
Boston Limited has been providing cutting edge technology since 1992 using Supermicro® building blocks. Our high performance, mission-critical server and storage solutions can be tailored for each specific client, helping you to create your ideal solution. From the initial specification, solution design and even full custom branding—we can help you solve your toughest business challenges simply and effectively. For more information, visit Boston Limited.
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