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Big Data Meets High Performance Computing

The line between Big Data and high performance computing (HPC) is becoming increasingly blurred. Now, however, new forces are shaping Big Data and leading users to consider and deploy new HPC configurations to unlock insights in all of that data.

So what does this mean for you? Access this white paper to learn new ways you can exploit HPC to drive economic value in the age of Big Data. You’ll also learn how Intel® Enterprise Edition for Lustre* software and Hadoop combine to bring Big Data analytics to HPC configurations.

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    This Product Brief outlines Intel ® Enterprise Edition for Lustre* software, a new storage software that provides optimal performance and scalability for commercial organizations and enterprises regardless of size. Read on to learn more about the key features of this solution, including:

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