Nexsan®, a leading storage system provider, today announced that Caltech will be using Nexsan SATABeast® storage systems for its 2010 demonstration of high-volume remote data transfers during SC10, the international conference for high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis. The conference, to be held in New Orleans, November 13-19, 2010, will feature Caltech's high-energy physics team's planned demonstration of high throughput scientific dataset transfers. Last year, the demonstration established a world-record data transfer between Northern and Southern hemispheres, sustaining 8.26 Gbps on each of two 10 Gbps links between Sao Paulo and Miami.
New Report Confirms Operational Advantages when Nexsan SASBeast Storage Systems are Deployed in Virtual Operating Environments
Nexsan is highlighted in this week's issue of Computerworld in an article titled, '5 ways to cut your storage footprint.' The article highlights five approaches to data reduction for cutting hardware and software costs, reducing power and data center space requiremen
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