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.
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