bwbug: FW: HPC Tech Forum previously the BWBUG meeting Tuesday Sep 9th In Lanham MD
Mike.Fitzmaurice at wwt.com
Wed Aug 27 12:47:33 PDT 2008
> Ladies and Gentlemen:
> We are launching the new and improved HPC briefings. Come out and help us get things started again. We are open to new ideas and speakers of relevance.
> The location in Lanham conveniently located near the intersection of 495 and Route 50 and the parking is plentiful and free.
> Lincoln Tidwell from HP Presentation on High Speed Cost Effective Storage <http://bwbug.wordpress.com/2008/08/27/lincoln-tidwell-from-hp-presentation-on-high-speed-cost-effective-storage-fro-hpc/> For HPC
> DATE : Tuesday September 9th
> TIME: 2:30 PM
> LOCATION: WWT 4201 Forbes Blvd, Lanham Maryland 20706
> PARKING: FREE
> EVENT COST: FREE
> Today faster more dense HPC systems require a much faster data I/O storage systems. These systems must be easy to maintain and simple to upgrade. To meet the requirement of the HPC community these storage systems must be highly cost effective. The presentation will focus on these problems and the practical solutions for meeting these challenges.
> StorageWorks Enterprise NAS division> '> s Enterprise File Services, provides superior performance, linear scalability and mission critical availability over all other clustered files system solutions making it perfect for the HPC market. With demonstrable performance of over 3 GB> '> s per second in a 16 node cluster, the NAS solution has differentiated itself as a market leader. Incremental scalability - grow as you need to with capacity and performance independent of each other. Add storage on the fly as well as performance nodes without interruption. Drive high storage utilization while providing superior operational efficiency through unified backups
> Lincoln> '> s Bio:
> Lincoln is a Federal Solutions Architect for Hewlett Packard> '> s Enterprise NAS Division. Lincoln has over 8 years of systems engineering and implementation experience and currently provides direction and support for a number of government installations. Lincoln and his family moved to the Columbia, MD in June of 2004.
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