Hewlett Packard Enterprise
HPE is one of the world’s largest supplier of High Performance Computing systems, with a long history in HPC system design, operation, and application development, and is now in the Vanguard to realize the benefits of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology. HPC and AI are driving progress across a wide variety of industries, such as aerospace, biotechnology, manufacturing and pharmaceuticals, and demand storage that can accommodate massive data sets and high performance compute environments.
HPE has partnered with DDN since 2010 to provide the storage sub-systems for HPC solutions. DDN storage systems provide the capacity and performance required to feed massive datasets into large compute clusters, either by supporting parallel file systems or through innovative flash storage technology with IME.
An example of success between HPE and DDN includes the TSUBAME 3.0 supercomputing system at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, with the world’s most power-efficient supercomputer, as well as Japan’s most powerful AI supercomputer. Resources below provide additional information on the strong solutions that DDN and HPE can provide. Contact us today if you would like to step up to the next level of performance and results.
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DDN Partners with Hewlett Packard Enterprise to Deliver Unmatched HPC Storage Solutions
DataDirect Networks (DDN®), a world leader in storage solutions, has entered into a partnership with global high-performance computing (HPC) leader Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to integrate DDN’s parallel file system storage…
CSRA Upgrades Biowulf Supercomputer at NIH
Today CSRA announced that the company has installed a second increment to the Biowulf supercomputing cluster…
What’s Next for Big Data Flash Storage?
Last month HPE announced its plans to acquire Nimble and double down on its move into “the fast-growing flash market” for the enterprise. Days later Dell EMC announced it would drop its DSSD flash offering for big data and HPC because the market is too small. Although Dell EMC “found little market” for DSSD, don’t be deceived about whether or not there’s a market for big data flash storage. There is and it’s growing. In the HPC space, where DDN Storage plays, we continue to see a clear and growing need for flashed-based innovation.