Pavilion Data Systems, the provider of NVMe-Over-Fabrics, has announced that the company will be part of a project called SCinet´19 to provide the high-performance storage infrastructure with NVMe and NVMe-Over-Fabrics (NVMeoF) of HPC organizations across the globe, the company said.
Spearheaded by Caltech Professor Harvey Newman, SCinet´19 showcases how people and organizations gain insights and knowledge in gene sequencing, social and economic analysis, and other big data applications. The work will be shown at Supercomputing 2019 (SC´19), taking place in Denver, Colorado, November 17-21, 2019. Find out more about the SCinet´19 project in this blog post.
Pavilion´s Hyperparallel Flash Array (HFA) was selected by Professor Newman and team to meet the extreme IOPs and bandwidth requirements of NVMe-oF for SCinet´19. “As we searched for a storage system that could accommodate hundreds of gigabytes per second of throughput at microsecond latencies that could accommodate our space and power requirements, Pavilion´s HFA was an ideal fit,” said Harvey B. Newman, Marvin L. Goldberger Professor of Physics at Caltech.
SCinet´19 features the latest advances in terabit/sec networks, intelligent global operations and monitoring systems, workflow optimization methodologies with real-time analytics, and state of the art long-distance data transfer methods, with tools and storage designs to meet the challenges faced by-edge programs in high energy physics, astrophysics, climate and other fields of data-intensive science.
Pavilion is the inventor of the world´s first Hyperparallel Flash Array. Built for NVMe from the ground up, Pavilion brings unprecedented scalability, unmatched performance density and an OPENCHOICE of NVMe SSDs and NVMe-oF topologies. Regardless of industry, Pavilion has a proven solution that brings scale-up and scale-out storage to organizations worldwide. To find out more, visit www.pavilion.io or follow the company on Twitter at www.twitter.com/pavilion.