Data Center File System: Facilitating Breakthroughs in HPC

Visit Quobyte at booth #32

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Storage is the cornerstone for a successful HPC strategy – for enterprises and research institutions alike. The demands on fast and secure access to volumes of data keep rising. Only a software storage system can deliver on those requirements.

Quobyte enables fast and parallel storage, guarantees high availability, and is fully fault-tolerant. On top of that, it saves your admin staff valuable time by automating routine tasks.

Visit the Quobyte booth at Computing Insight and meet us in person!

Talk to one ouf our engineers directly or get in touch with sales and start improving your storage right away.


  Dec 12–13, 2018
  Event website
  Talk by Matthias Grawinkel on Lights-Out Operations: How to Manage Unified HPC Storage Infrastructures with Quobyte
Thu, Dec 13, 2018, 10:00am · Exhibitor Forum


   Manchester Central · View Map
  booth #32

The Most Advanced Software Storage for
High-Performance Computing

Challenges for your storage infrastructure

  • Simulations and deeper analytics across an exploding set of data require high performance
  • Data growth challenges storage capacity; truly scalable solutions are needed
  • Costly and maintenance-intensive hardware leads to storage silos
  • Administrative complexity and costs keep rising, especially at scale

Quobytes Features

  • High IOPS and a consistent sub-milisecond latency
  • Parallel I/O delivers unrivaled throughput
  • Linear scalability
  • „Lights-out“ data center resiliency; self-healing
  • Detailed monitoring for valuable insights into storage usage and dynamics
  • /home, /scratch, and /archive in software
  • Device-level security and isolation

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