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    Scalable Informatics 10% sale for high performance storage systems
    Posted by Joe Landman, Monday January 19 2009 @ 08:44AM EST

    Full details here. Through February 28th, 2009, purchase a Scalable Informatics JackRabbit or Delta-V high performance storage system in any configuration and receive a 10% discount.

    Scalable Informatics JackRabbit tightly coupled storage systems have demonstrated sustained 1500/1200 MB/s on read/write benchmarks, and offer some of the best performance and price performance in the market. Tightly coupling up to 16 processor cores, 128 GB ram, and high performance disk, these units have provided users with extremely fast computing and storage platforms to help them blast through their workloads. Individual unit storage ranges from 4 to 48 TB raw, with aggregation into clusters of up to 10's of PB. Prices start around $1000/TB and below. JackRabbits are in use in financial services, animation, oil and gas, research computing and cluster storage, engineering computing, media service and many other functions. nVidia Tesla accelerator cards are available in some models for GPU based tightly computing. FPGA-based acceleration is available in most JackRabbit models with the addition of a Progeniq bundle, to accelerate BLAST, ClustalW, and other algorithms.

    Scalable Informatics Delta-V (ΔV) storage systems are price optimized, to enable you to provide excellent performance at very good prices. These units provide file and/or block storage using RAID6 for large block based storage applications, and RAID10 for database type applications. Using 10 GbE and iSCSI, these units have demonstrated a sustained 500 MB/s at 1800 IOPs. Capacities per unit range from 2TB through 36 TB, and may be aggregated into clusters of up to 10's of PB. Prices start well below $1000/usable TB.

    Contact Scalable Informatics for more information, or to purchase systems.

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