Atos strengthens its supercomputer portfolio with new range of modular storage appliances

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announces , its new range of modular storage appliances aimed at harnessing the power of supercomputing. The company said that is a high-performing storage appliance to meet the constant growth in data, which needs to be processed.

The company said that this offer is scalable to support future storage needs, modular (it can either focus on optimized bandwidth or storage capacity) and cost-optimized. A complete plug-and-play solution, it has been pre-tested and pre-installed for fast deployment and has one single monitoring tool for ease of use.

Atos claimed that is one of the first storage systems on the market to be optimized for Simulation, Data Lake , AI and Data Tiering using various dedicated file systems, such as lustre, CEPH and HPSS.

“With the expansion of the volume of data to be processed and analyzed, companies and research centers need high-performance storage solutions to optimize their research results and manage digital simulations. Our range of highly scalable and modular solutions contributes and supports our customers in their innovation projects,” said Agnès Boudot, GM & SVP, Head of HPC & Quantum Business line Atos.

“With our new BullSequana xStor offering, we are proving to our customers an improved way to master end-to-end solutions coupling Supercomputing and Data Management,” said Boudot.

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