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GPU Storage Approach Targets Big Data Bottlenecks

Aug 9, 2019 |

An emerging storage technology aims to leverage faster GPUs by creating a direct path between local and remote storage, thereby overcoming I/O bottlenecks that are slowing the crunching of AI and HPC data sets. Read more…

New Materials Yield Energy Boost for Data Storage

Apr 16, 2018 |

Researchers at the University of New Hampshire have combined thin-film materials to create more stable building blocks for nonvolatile memory. The approach promises to boost energy while stabilizing performance and eventually ushering in smaller and more powerful storage devices. Read more…

Splunk Competitor Raises Cash, Rolls New Tools

Nov 15, 2017 |

Logz.io, the log analysis startup, has raised additional cash that will be used to apply artificial intelligence techniques to help reduce the amount of stored and analyzed data while improving the quality of business insights. Read more…

Reltio Previews Upgraded Cloud Data Manager

Feb 22, 2017 |

Reltio, the cloud data management specialist whose platform automatically sources, prepares and analyzes data, said it is readying the latest version of its cloud platform that adds integration and collaboration features intended to boost real-time analytics. Read more…

Tape Archives at Work in HPC Environments

Nov 5, 2012 |The Blue Waters project is designed to meet the compute-intensive, memory-intensive, and data-intensive needs of a wide range of scientists and engineers. Scientists will use the Blue Waters supercomputer for a diverse set of applications such as improving understanding of hurricanes and tornadoes, analyzing complex biological systems, studying the evolution of the universe and simulating complex engineered systems like the power distribution system in airplanes and automobiles. Read more…

Tape Archives at Work in HPC Environments

Oct 8, 2012 |The Blue Waters project is designed to meet the compute-intensive, memory-intensive, and data-intensive needs of a wide range of scientists and engineers. Scientists will use the Blue Waters supercomputer for a diverse set of applications such as improving understanding of hurricanes and tornadoes, analyzing complex biological systems, studying the evolution of the universe and simulating complex engineered systems like the power distribution system in airplanes and automobiles. Read more…

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