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Demystifying: Open vs. Proprietary Storage Software BLOG: By WARP Mechanics’ CTO. This is a bit long winded. I’m trying to cover a wide range of industry FUD and misconceptions. If you’re looking for a specific FUD response, feel free to word-search down. That said, if you’re a customer or storage architect looking at go-forward storage strategies, the full article is probably […]more
WDS-8484 high performance SAS JBOD WARP Mechanics is pleased to announce general availability of the WDS-8484 JBOD: a native 12Gbps SAS solution for high performance computing primary storage systems. This system can deliver over 5 PB of raw capacity per standard data center rack. It is ideally suited for high density environments which require high performance and high availability as […]more
DOD / DOE: International Workshop on the Lustre Ecosystem WARP Mechanics’ CTO, Josh Judd, has been selected as a guest speaker at the 2015 International Workshop on the Lustre Ecosystem: http://lustre.ornl.gov/ecosystem/agenda.html We look forward to seeing our DOD and DOE customers next week in Annapolis.more
Adding Simplicity and Integrity to the Most Popular HPC File System WARP Mechanics has simplified Lustre deployment into a turnkey, scalable storage appliance, while retaining the flexibility of a customized solution. The WARP 41000 series of appliances simplify HPC storage while adding important enterprise features.more
ORNL selects WARP for CERN project Oak Ridge National Lab (ORNL) is the top ranked super computing site in the USA. They have a contract to process data related to the CERN ALICE project. Given the high profiles of ORNL and CERN (a.k.a. “the Higgs Boson” guys), it was quite a compliment when they selected WARP Mechanics to provide the peta-scale […]more
WDS-8496 super high density SATA JBOD WARP Mechanics is pleased to announce general availability of the WDS-8496 JBOD: the highest density storage system on the market today. This system can deliver over 5 PB of raw capacity per standard data center rack, at a shocking price point. It uses SATA drives internally for low cost, but has SAS expanders and 12Gbps […]more