"We have many customer deployments in artificial intelligence (AI), high-performance computing (HPC), finance, media & entertainment, and genomics in the US and UK", stated Richard Dyke, VP of Sales at WekaIO. "The opportunities inherent in Germany's fully-fledged AI and HPC sector made this the next logical target for us and prompted our expansion in to this fertile market."
Launching Matrix in DACH will help companies dramatically improve storage performance, while reducing storage management overhead delivering the best price/value offering in the region. Matrix software is an NVMe-native, highly resilient parallel file system that runs on commodity servers, delivering the highest bandwidth, lowest latency performance to any InfiniBand or Ethernet enabled GPU- or CPU-based cluster. Matrix provides a 10x improvement in throughput and 8x improvement in IOPS at less than half the cost of traditional network attached storage (NAS).
Kim Gardner is a well-respected storage veteran with over 25 years of experience in the industry. He has serviced the DACH and greater European markets with solutions from Pure Storage, Panasas, Avere Systems, and most recently Quobyte.
You can see WekaIO Matrix demonstrated at the International Supercomputing Expo (ISC'19), June 16-20, 2019, in Frankfurt, Germany, Stand B-1253.