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Primeur weekly 2013-02-25

Exascale supercomputing

Indiana University receives grant for supercomputer work ...

The Cloud

Rackspace announces new data centre for expanding UK base ...

HP enables partners to accelerate Cloud Services delivery ...

Red Hat unveils Big Data and open hybrid Cloud direction ...

Cloud9 IDE builds on-line development environment with Red Hat OpenShift ...

EuroFlash

Modern museum techniques: projectiondesign helps visitors better comprehend the stories of First World War ...

Bern computer simulation helps to better understand the origin of our solar system ...

Advancing research collaboration with GÉANT's high-speed infrastructure ...

Partnership puts computational science at the heart of Unilever's R&D ...

USFlash

New Emerson Network Power media processing accelerator offers performance breakthrough in server applications ...

HP extends Converged Infrastructure leadership ...

HP delivers simplicity, profitability and consistency for partners ...

Introducing Intel Cache Acceleration Software for use with Intel SSD data centre family ...

ManTech announces financial results for fourth quarter and fiscal year 2012 ...

Mellanox FDR 56Gb/s InfiniBand accelerates the fastest supercomputer in India ...

Enterprises perform faster and operations run more efficiently on new NetApp high-end, Flash-optimized storage systems ...

NetApp expands Flash portfolio, extending leadership in enterprise Flash storage ...

NVIDIA introduces GeForce GTX TITAN: DNA of the world's fastest supercomputer, powered by world's fastest GPU ...

NREL and partners demonstrate quantum dots that assemble themselves ...

New supercomputer to aid genomics research ...

Supercomputers used to supercharge antioxidants ...

Supercomputer Titan could advance progress in development of solar energy at West Virginia University ...

Enterprises perform faster and operations run more efficiently on new NetApp high-end, Flash-optimized storage systems

19 Feb 2013 Sunnyvale - NetApp has introduced new high-end storage systems - the FAS/V6220, FAS6250, and FAS6290 - to address the demanding performance and capacity requirements of enterprise organisations. The new data storage systems deliver increased performance and value, enabling IT operations to achieve a greater ROI while delivering leading high availability and scale for organisations' most stringent application workloads. Optimized for the NetApp leading flash portfolio, the FAS6200 platform and related V-Series offerings remove compromise from consideration when organisations evaluate their IT and business imperatives, delivering impact faster.

The FAS/V6200 series has been updated to deliver improved performance and value for customers with a proven platform for hosting business critical applications. NetApp strengthens its enterprise performance for both SAN and NAS.

All models support NetApp's superior flash offerings, which increases IOPS over 80% and reduces latency by up to 90%.

The FAS and V-Series platforms are designed for 99.999% or greater availability and leverage clustered Data ONTAP for nondisruptive operations even during upgrades.

These new enterprise storage systems deliver agility for organisations to easily and quickly respond to changing needs while delivering significant scale, to over 65PB.

"Enterprises need storage and data management solutions that have the scalability for short-term efficiencies and long-term growth", stated Brendon Howe, vice president, Product and Solutions Marketing, NetApp. "NetApp's FAS storage platforms and integrated flash portfolio are architected for mission-critical SAN and NAS environments to deliver agility at scale, non-stop operations, and ease of management. These systems have the performance and scale for virtualized and Cloud environments, enabling IT administrators to make the appropriate infrastructure decisions, whether it is on-premise or in the Cloud."

NetApp has also launched the new NetApp EF540 flash array and previewed its purpose-built FlashRay product line.
Source: NetApp

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2013-02-25

Exascale supercomputing

Indiana University receives grant for supercomputer work ...

The Cloud

Rackspace announces new data centre for expanding UK base ...

HP enables partners to accelerate Cloud Services delivery ...

Red Hat unveils Big Data and open hybrid Cloud direction ...

Cloud9 IDE builds on-line development environment with Red Hat OpenShift ...

EuroFlash

Modern museum techniques: projectiondesign helps visitors better comprehend the stories of First World War ...

Bern computer simulation helps to better understand the origin of our solar system ...

Advancing research collaboration with GÉANT's high-speed infrastructure ...

Partnership puts computational science at the heart of Unilever's R&D ...

USFlash

New Emerson Network Power media processing accelerator offers performance breakthrough in server applications ...

HP extends Converged Infrastructure leadership ...

HP delivers simplicity, profitability and consistency for partners ...

Introducing Intel Cache Acceleration Software for use with Intel SSD data centre family ...

ManTech announces financial results for fourth quarter and fiscal year 2012 ...

Mellanox FDR 56Gb/s InfiniBand accelerates the fastest supercomputer in India ...

Enterprises perform faster and operations run more efficiently on new NetApp high-end, Flash-optimized storage systems ...

NetApp expands Flash portfolio, extending leadership in enterprise Flash storage ...

NVIDIA introduces GeForce GTX TITAN: DNA of the world's fastest supercomputer, powered by world's fastest GPU ...

NREL and partners demonstrate quantum dots that assemble themselves ...

New supercomputer to aid genomics research ...

Supercomputers used to supercharge antioxidants ...

Supercomputer Titan could advance progress in development of solar energy at West Virginia University ...