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A Tall Order for Sequoia IO: NetApp Delivers 1TB/s Performance

Dimitris Krekoukias writes that NetApp was able to deliver a 1 Petabyte/sec storage solution to LLNL for the pending Sequoia supercomputer by leveraging the Lustre file systems and Engenio disk technology acquired from LSI.   Clearly, if your requirements are big enough, you end up spending a lot less money and needing a lot less rack space, power and cooling by going with...

 

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