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June 8, 2010

Dell, Terascala unveils new storage offering for Linux clusters

To help customers manage influx of data in high performance computing environments

By CBR Staff Writer

Dell and Terascala have unveiled Dell | Terascala HPC Storage Solution for Linux clusters, which is designed to enable efficiencies in high-performance computing environments by scaling to support massive amounts of data.

The companies claims that the new storage offering helps protect critical information, allowing customers to manage the influx of data facing them in high performance computing environments. In addition, it provides HPC researchers with a comprehensive solution-in-one product, service and support bundle.

The Dell | Terascala HPC Storage Solution utilises Dell PowerVault MD3000 and PowerVault MD1000 storage technology, Dell PowerConnect networking technology and storage appliance technology from Terascala. It is delivered configured with highly available storage Lustre file system, and a management suite to simplify the deployment and ongoing management of the storage offering.

John Mullen, vice president and general manager of Dell Education, State and Local Government, said: “We understand the amount of time and effort our customers in academia put into the valuable research they conduct.

“It’s critical for us to provide the best technology to help ensure our customer’s critical data is safe and secure, the Dell | Terascala HPC Storage Solution is designed to do just that so researchers can spend their time finding new discoveries, instead of worrying about IT.”

The Dell | Terascala HPC Storage Solution is available in six versions offering fixed scalable base configurations of 30, 60, or 90 terabytes, providing up to 180 terabytes of fast-scratch storage.

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