DataDirect Networks has boosted its already big, mean and fast SFA12K big data/HPC storage arrays to go faster still with the SFA12KX product, running at up to 48GB/sec from a single appliance. Previously a fast SFA12K could run up to 40GB/sec, as seen in the Titan supercomputer complex which uses 36 of them. The growing …
"Using just (!) 21 SKA12KXs to reach an overall 1TB/sec of throughput."
If this seems a huge amount, look at the Square Kilometre Array telescope - which will generate terabytes of data per second.
Sweet F#ck All, great name for a product! Don't know if I'd trust "sweet f#ck all RAID" though.
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