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AMAX Introduces Petabyte-Scale NAS Clustered Storage Solutions

By DE Editors

AMAX has unveiled the ClusterMax Stor-X, a new high capacity, petabyte-scale NAS storage platform.

The new ClusterMax Stor-X solution represents the next-generation of parallel storage platforms based on the latest InfiniBand QDR technology. The ClusterMax Stor-X achieves massive scalability to the hundreds of petabytes and utilizes a parallel file system to achieve extremely high data throughput, according to the company. AMAX’s advanced storage solution was designed to work with large-scale HPC cluster deployments and supercomputer systems that require varied storage configurations to support the massive data sets typical of scientific research. With the ClusterMax Stor-X petabyte-scale storage platform, AMAX is now capable of deploying large-scale HPC clusters running up to thousands of cores while supporting up to 720TB of hot-swap storage capacity per 42U rack space to store, process and accelerate huge amount of raw data.

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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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