sponsored by Red Hat
Posted:  15 Aug 2012
Published:  15 Aug 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  4  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

A New York university's biotech and life science institute required a storage platform robust enough to withstand DNA sequencing, proteomics and imaging. So the school, dedicated to data-intensive research projects in high performance computing environments, decided it was time for a highly scalable and reliable storage solution.

This brief case study walks you through this university's approach to seeking a storage solution that encouraged research, education and technology transfer in biotechnology. Read on to learn how the selected solution for the school's HPC clusters helped them achieve:

  • Increased researcher productivity
  • Improved access to data without standard file system limitations
  • Greater scalability and low-cost software
  • And more





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