VAST Data’s DASE architecture has been rapidly increasing market share. Its rate of growth is more than 58 times that of the average market of file-objects in the past two years. The company’s clients include leading experts in AI and large-scale HPC computing.
VAST Data presented its Universal Storage Data platform at the Supercomputing 2022 Conference. It has also won the 20th HPCwire editors’ choice award for the best HPC solution. The award was presented to the VAST Data Universal Storage platform for simplifying the process of large-scale computing. It delivers industry-leading system uptime and unbeatable economics for all-flash infrastructure. This is a revolutionary new technology that allows organizations to train and process all data without legacy constraints.
VAST Data provides computing space which is flexible enough to support scientific research. The pipeline it developed specifically for the Sanger Institute has enabled it to sequence human genomes in one day. It is currently working in collaboration with UK Biobank Vanguard, which intends to sequence up to more than 50,000. The methods will open the way for more large project in the coming years.
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HPCwire Editors’ Choice Awards HPCwire Editors’ Choice Awards recognize outstanding projects, organizations and technologies within the HPC industry. The only one of its kind, these prizes were decided by HPCwire readers. These awards are given during the HPCwire Supercomputing Conference. For more information about the winners, check out the HPCwire Awards report. Here are a handful of the qualities they offer:
VAST Data Universal Storage platform offers a fresh approach to reduce costs at a scale. It is a unique enterprise platform that offers unparalleled features and exascale scaling. It uses unique compression algorithms to optimize storage capacity while consuming less power. Its all-flash storage system requires fewer components in comparison to HDD systems, resulting in superior performance, durability, as well as lower overall cost of running.
HPCwire is the leading magazine in the HPC world. It just announced its winners for The HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards. The award recognizes top-quality HPC-related products, initiatives, and organisations in the HPC community. Winners will be revealed at the Supercomputing Conference. Reader votes must be cast. VAST Data along with GENCI were winners for this year. PRACE and Compute Canada are also among them.
HPCwire is your premier source of news and analysis on HPC. The site focuses exclusively on high-performance computing, as well as the latest innovations. Editors and readers who have won awards’ selections highlight the best HPC hardware and software for scientific and research applications.
The HPCwire Editors’ Choice Awards highlight outstanding accomplishments in HPC as well as AI computing. The winners are chosen from the voting pool comprised of HPCwire readers. The HPC community recognizes these winners as thought-leaders. The VAST Data Universal Storage platform is new approach to simplify simplicity at scale. It offers all-flash infrastructure that provides unbeatable system uptime and cost savings as well as exascale scaling.
Company leadership made it clear that they’d sponsor an athlete team made up of students who will participate in the SC18 contest. The team, composed of six students from the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, will represent Germany among 15 international student teams. The organization is sponsored by Professor. Dr. Arndt Bode, former chairman of the Leibniz Supercomputing Center. Bode was also the winner of the Verdienstorden der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, the highest state honor in Germany.