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Primeur weekly 2019-06-24

Focus

EuroHPC and the TOP500 of supercomputers ...

TOP500 list of supercomputers slowly swallowed by dark matter ...

Exascale supercomputing

VECMA VVUQ Toolkit month 12 release: FabSim3, EasyVVUQ, QCG and application tutorials are available now ...

Quantum computing

Secure quantum communications in the microwave range for the first time ...

ISARA COO Mark Pecen re-elected Chairman of ETSI Quantum-safe Cryptography Working Group ...

A sound idea: a step towards quantum computing ...

Focus on Europe

e-IRG to publish new policy document on national e-Infrastructure landscape in Europe ...

Middleware

Jardine OneSolution (JOS) in Singapore joins the Bright Reseller programme ...

Hardware

DDN's dominance of data-intensive storage continues with record benchmarks and expanded market position ...

SDSC receives new funding for West Big Data Innovation Hub ...

Mississippi State University to host supercomputer to power NOAA research ...

Researchers to take advantage of DOE's advanced supercomputers ...

WekaIO named HPE Momentum Technology Partner of the Year 2019 ...

Applications

Supercomputers aid in novel simulations of gamma ray generation research ...

Self-learning machines hunt for explosions in the universe ...

AMAX unveils new series of servers for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning ...

EU-project S2S4E launches new, global long-term forecasts ...

ALCF workshop helps attendees advance use of supercomputing resources ...

TOP500

MSU's new supercomputer ranks 4th fastest in U.S. academia and continues tradition of calculating real-world research solutions ...

LLNL's Lassen supercomputer leaps to no. 10 on TOP500 list, Sierra remains no. 2 ...

The Cloud

SDSC's Sherlock partners with Boise State University ...

SUSE provides platform for Cloud-native, containerized applications as enterprises move to hybrid and multi-Cloud ...

DDN's dominance of data-intensive storage continues with record benchmarks and expanded market position

19 Jun 2019 Frankfurt, Santa Clara - DDN, a global expert in AI, HPC and Multicloud Data Management, has captured the number-one spot in the IO500 10-node benchmark, announced on June 19, 2019 by the Virtual Institute for IO at ISC in Frankfurt, Germany. In addition to the top spot, DDN ranked in three of the top five system results. DDN was also a part of a notable submission working with Google to introduce the first IO500 submission run in public Cloud with EXAScaler. Additionally, DDN was recognized as the leading storage supplier to HPC in Intersect360's HPC User Site Census.

The IO500 is quickly becoming the recognized benchmark for HPC storage systems. Storage systems running the IO500 benchmark derive results that measure the storage performance using read/write bandwidth for large files and read/write/listing performance for small files with the goal of replicating real-world operation. The 10-node challenge limits the benchmark to be driven from ten client nodes providing a critical test of a solution with real-world boundaries.

"Our IME and EXAScaler platforms are really demonstrating how they handle IO to flash to the benefit of real customer workflows. We are very proud to dominate the top of the IO500 10-node challenge and have a strong presence on the IO500 full list too", stated Sven Oehme, chief research officer, DDN. "Our achievements on the IO500 benchmarks represent the recognition of our team's commitment to the optimization of IO for data intensive computing."

DDN's scores ranked on the IO500 10-node benchmark list includes:

  • Rank #1: DDN's full product portfolio using an EXAScaler backed IME deployment
  • Rank #2: DDN's AI400
  • Rank #5: An additional Exascaler backed IME
  • Rank #6: Another DDN AI400
  • Rank #8: DDN's GRIDScaler GS400NV platform

DDN's focus on meeting the needs of Data Intensive environments is also recognized by its leading share of Intersect360's HPC User Site Census. DDN was recognized as number-one in a number of installed systems, as well as the top share of installed systems since the beginning of 2017.

"DDN's commitment to the market is obvious in these results", stated Addison Snell, CEO, Intersect360 Research. "With their launch of EXA5, they appear well positioned to address the needs of data intensive computing organisations for both research and commercial purposes."

DDN's leadership was evenly distributed between sectors surveyed, being number-one in Academic, Commercial and Government deployments. In Intersect360's report, most of the DDN systems (79% of the mentions) were for larger systems of 500TB or more. Intersect360 sees the HPC storage market as a continued growth sector, with the ability to address increasingly complex requirements that are emerging with new workloads like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning.

Source: DataDirect Networks - DDN

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2019-06-24

Focus

EuroHPC and the TOP500 of supercomputers ...

TOP500 list of supercomputers slowly swallowed by dark matter ...

Exascale supercomputing

VECMA VVUQ Toolkit month 12 release: FabSim3, EasyVVUQ, QCG and application tutorials are available now ...

Quantum computing

Secure quantum communications in the microwave range for the first time ...

ISARA COO Mark Pecen re-elected Chairman of ETSI Quantum-safe Cryptography Working Group ...

A sound idea: a step towards quantum computing ...

Focus on Europe

e-IRG to publish new policy document on national e-Infrastructure landscape in Europe ...

Middleware

Jardine OneSolution (JOS) in Singapore joins the Bright Reseller programme ...

Hardware

DDN's dominance of data-intensive storage continues with record benchmarks and expanded market position ...

SDSC receives new funding for West Big Data Innovation Hub ...

Mississippi State University to host supercomputer to power NOAA research ...

Researchers to take advantage of DOE's advanced supercomputers ...

WekaIO named HPE Momentum Technology Partner of the Year 2019 ...

Applications

Supercomputers aid in novel simulations of gamma ray generation research ...

Self-learning machines hunt for explosions in the universe ...

AMAX unveils new series of servers for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning ...

EU-project S2S4E launches new, global long-term forecasts ...

ALCF workshop helps attendees advance use of supercomputing resources ...

TOP500

MSU's new supercomputer ranks 4th fastest in U.S. academia and continues tradition of calculating real-world research solutions ...

LLNL's Lassen supercomputer leaps to no. 10 on TOP500 list, Sierra remains no. 2 ...

The Cloud

SDSC's Sherlock partners with Boise State University ...

SUSE provides platform for Cloud-native, containerized applications as enterprises move to hybrid and multi-Cloud ...