Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Interview: LSI Rolls Out High-Density Storage

In this podcast, LSI's Steve Hochberg describes the company's newly announced high-density Engenio 2600-HD storage system, which consists of two LSITM 6Gb/s SAS-based controllers integrated into the new Engenio DE6600 high-density SAS drive enclosure. The system is capable of sustaining up to 4GB/s of throughput and housing up to 60 SAS drives in a 4U space.

The Lustre and General Parallel File System implementations found in today’s HPC market demand scalability in throughput and capacity without sacrificing data access," said Addison Snell, CEO, Intersect360 Research. "At the same time, HPC organizations need systems that can maximize the available data center floor space. The Engenio 2600-HD is designed for high performance and scalability in a dense architecture and is well positioned to meet the needs of a wide range of HPC customers."

You can check out LSI technologies at SC10 booth #2946. Download the MP3 or Subscribe on iTunes.

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