Dealing With The Data Explosion

In the world of High Performance Computing, no problem is growing faster today than the need to deal with ever increasing amounts of data. At the Pacific Rim Neuroimaging Conference today, every presenter discussed some aspect of this problem. Not only are new imaging sensors producing ever higher data resolutions, but studies are combining more samples, from more data sources, over longer periods of time to study the human brain and gain important new insights into a variety of diseases.

So it is only appropriate that today we published a new Sun Blueprint on the Solving the HPC I/O Bottleneck: Sun Lustre Storage System. Look for more information on the new Sun Lustre Storage System at our Open Network Systems webcast and product launch tomorrow.

Following up this week's launch, you can join the 2009 Sun Lustre User Group (LUG) meeting being held in California. As much as I'd love to spend more time at the Pacific Rim Neuroimaging Conference in Hawaii, I'll be headed off tonight to join our Open Network Systems Launch in Las Vegas then going to the Lustre User Group and hope to meet many of my blog readers at one of these events.

Mahalo for now and hope to see you soon.

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