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Primeur weekly 2017-12-04

Quantum computing

Simulating physics ...

Key component for quantum computing invented ...

Quantum-emitting answer might lie in the solution ...

Quantum systems correct themselves ...

NCSA SPIN intern Daniel Johnson published in Classical and Quantum Gravity ...

Focus on Europe

9th Irish Supercomputer List published ...

Gap between research and industry HPC in Ireland widens ...

SURFsara extends its status as Intel Parallel Computing Center for 2018 ...

EXDCI issues Call for Workshops for the European HPC Summit Week 2018 ...

Hardware

Supermicro introduces next-generation storage form factor with new Intel "Ruler" all-flash NVMe 1U server and JBOF ...

New director named at Los Alamos National Laboratory ...

AccelStor empowers all-flash array to advance genomics data analysis ...

New Storage 2020 report outlines vision for future HPC storage ...

Loci adds William Schrader, former PSINet Inc. CEO, to Advisory Board ...

Shantenu Jha named Chair of Brookhaven Lab's Center for Data-Driven Discovery ...

Applications

ORNL-designed algorithm leverages Titan to create high-performing deep neural networks ...

Drought-resistant plant genes could accelerate evolution of water-use efficient crops ...

HPE partners with Stephen Hawking's COSMOS Research Group and the Cambridge Faculty of Mathematics ...

Monopole current offers way to control magnets ...

70Gb/s optical intra-connects in data centers based on band-limited devices ...

Lobachevsky University scientists in search of fast algorithms for discrete optimization ...

High-Performance Computing cuts particle collision data prep time ...

TOP500

High performance computer MOGON II at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz among the 100 fastest supercomputers in the world ...

The Cloud

HPE unveils industryis first SaaS-based multi-Cloud management solution for on-premises and public Clouds ...

AccelStor revs up NeoSapphire all-flash array portfolio for next generation Cloud application ...

AccelStor revs up NeoSapphire all-flash array portfolio for next generation Cloud application


27 Nov 2017 Dunstable - AccelStor has participated in this year's Cloud Expo Europe at Frankfurt, Germany and showcased its latest NeoSapphire H510 and NeoSapphire P710 all-flash array systems. The NeoSapphire P710 and H510 address different segments of the cloud and data centre markets to help organisations and enterprises maximize the value of their data. AccelStor has been exhibiting alongside over 200 vendors at the two-day event, as well as hosting a talk on the benefits of FlexiRemap technology and the future of NVMe based solutions, and their benefits to the IaaS, Hosted VDI and Business intelligence applications.

AccelStor has been presenting its latest line of All-Flash products, including the showcase of a brand-new system built on the shared-nothing architecture, with 99.9999% uptime thanks to its true zero point of failure design. The NeoSapphire H510 is the first in the new generation of all-flash technology from AccelStor. The unique shared-nothing design and AccelStor's patented FlexiRemap technology, as well as outstanding performance mean AccelStor has many new features to show. AccelStor has been showing a live, interactive demo at Cloud Expo Europe, with a real-time performance monitor and a chance to see the UI in action.

AccelStor Vice President, David Kao, stated: "We see enterprises being forced to make a trade-off between performance, capacity and cost in their business-critical applications. AccelStor recognises the need for a new innovator in the all-flash market, aimed directly at the data centre, cloud and artificial intelligence markets. Both the NeoSapphire H510 and P710 are geared towards the unique requirements of the modern enterprise by offering the highest levels of performance and redundancy, no licensing and an unbeatable dollar per IOPS price tag."

All the NeoSapphire products come with the patented FlexiRemap technology. FlexiRemap ensures data protection by increasing drive endurance, while accelerating random-access speed. This innovative technology leverages several unique algorithms to challenge the legacy of RAID, its global wear-leveling algorithm increases drive lifetime by 200%, twice the endurance of typical legacy RAID 5 flash systems. FlexiRemap also utilizes the true potential of SSD's and can offer a 290% average increase in performance over the traditional RAID 5 algorithm by reordering incoming data for maximum performance.

In addition to FlexiRemap, the NeoSapphire product range features a rich suite of free software features including Free Clone, thin provisioning, thick provisioning, Replication, Free Clone, Snapshot, Snapshot Backup and FlexiDedupe, all pre-bundled with each system in order to provide the best redundancy and data protection at the best price.
Source: AccelStor

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2017-12-04

Quantum computing

Simulating physics ...

Key component for quantum computing invented ...

Quantum-emitting answer might lie in the solution ...

Quantum systems correct themselves ...

NCSA SPIN intern Daniel Johnson published in Classical and Quantum Gravity ...

Focus on Europe

9th Irish Supercomputer List published ...

Gap between research and industry HPC in Ireland widens ...

SURFsara extends its status as Intel Parallel Computing Center for 2018 ...

EXDCI issues Call for Workshops for the European HPC Summit Week 2018 ...

Hardware

Supermicro introduces next-generation storage form factor with new Intel "Ruler" all-flash NVMe 1U server and JBOF ...

New director named at Los Alamos National Laboratory ...

AccelStor empowers all-flash array to advance genomics data analysis ...

New Storage 2020 report outlines vision for future HPC storage ...

Loci adds William Schrader, former PSINet Inc. CEO, to Advisory Board ...

Shantenu Jha named Chair of Brookhaven Lab's Center for Data-Driven Discovery ...

Applications

ORNL-designed algorithm leverages Titan to create high-performing deep neural networks ...

Drought-resistant plant genes could accelerate evolution of water-use efficient crops ...

HPE partners with Stephen Hawking's COSMOS Research Group and the Cambridge Faculty of Mathematics ...

Monopole current offers way to control magnets ...

70Gb/s optical intra-connects in data centers based on band-limited devices ...

Lobachevsky University scientists in search of fast algorithms for discrete optimization ...

High-Performance Computing cuts particle collision data prep time ...

TOP500

High performance computer MOGON II at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz among the 100 fastest supercomputers in the world ...

The Cloud

HPE unveils industryis first SaaS-based multi-Cloud management solution for on-premises and public Clouds ...

AccelStor revs up NeoSapphire all-flash array portfolio for next generation Cloud application ...