VAST Data’s DASE technology is fast growing market share, and has growth rates 58x higher than the market for file-objects over the last two years. VAST Data’s customers include top professionals in AI and large-scale HPC computing.
VAST Data announced its Universal Storage data platform during the recently held Supercomputing 2022 Conference and has recently won this year’s 20th HPCwire Editors Choice Award for the top HPC solution. This award went to the VAST Data Universal Storage platform for simplifying massive-scale computation. It has the highest system performance and unparalleled economics in all-flash technology. This innovative tool gives companies the power to educate and handle all types of data without limitations of any kind.
VAST Data provides computing space which is flexible enough to facilitate the advancement of science. The pipeline it developed specifically for the Sanger Institute has enabled it to sequence 100 human genomes in one day. The firm is also working with an initiative called the UK Biobank Vanguard project, that aims to sequence 50,000 genomes from people who volunteer. Its techniques will pave the way for more large research projects to come in the future.
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HPCwire Editors’ Choice Awards HPCwire Editors’ Choice Awards are a way to recognize the best projects, companies, and technologies within the HPC sector. It is the only award of its kind, these awards were voted by HPCwire readers. They are presented at each year’s HPCwire Supercomputing conference. To find out more about the winners, please read the HPCwire Awards story. Below are only a few of the qualities they offer:
VAST Data Universal Storage platform is a new way simplifying at scale. It has unmatched enterprise features as well as exascale scaling. It employs unique compression algorithms to optimize storage capacity whilst consuming less energy. It also uses less parts in comparison to HDD storage systems. It results in better quality and durability as well being lower in total cost of ownership.
HPCwire is a leading publication within the HPC world. It has just released its winners from The HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards. The awards recognize the most outstanding HPC-related products, initiatives, and companies in the HPC community. Voting by readers, the winners and they are announced at an annual Supercomputing Conference. The winners this year are VAST Data, GENCI, PRACE, Compute Canada, among others.
HPCwire is the premier source of information and news about HPC. It focuses on the latest technological advancements within the realm of high-performance computing. The editors and readers are award-winning’ selections highlight the best HPC hardware and software for scientific and research applications.
These awards recognize exceptional achievement in AI and HPC computing. The winners were picked by a pool of HPCwire customers. The HPC community hails the winners as thought leaders. The VAST Data Universal Storage platform provides new approach to simplify ease of use at large. It provides all-flash storage which provides unparalleled system uptime and cost savings as well as Exascale scaling.
Company leadership made it clear that they would sponsor students to take part in the SC18 contest. The team, composed of six students from the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, will represent Germany among 15 international student teams. Professor Dr. Arndt Bode is sponsoring the company. He served as chair of Leibniz Supercomputing Center. Bode has also been awarded the title of the Verdienstorden der Bundesrepublik Germany, which is the most prestigious national distinction in Germany.