Dutch High Performance Computing (HPC) Researchers have been able to achieve 6.55 million random read IOPS speeds using a storage node developed by Fungbull.
The test results represent the highest recorded performance between the same server reading data and the same storage target, according to California-based storage stingup Fongbull.
“What we’re getting in the lab; it can be deployed worldwide … after all, it’s changing the performance, economics, reliability and security of scaled out data centers,” said Fengbull, CEO. And co-founder Pradeep Sindhu said. .
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It was jointly undertaken by the Association of Dutch Educational and Research Institutions, the SOF, and the Institute Organization of the Dutch Research Council, and six universities.
According to reports, NECF is looking for faster and cheaper data processing mechanisms to efficiently process data from experiments at CERN when High Lemonosti LHC (HL-LHC) is launched in 2026. The accelerator will work.
Fengble claims that this technology can be limited to a certain extent and can supply up to 300 million IOPS in a single 40 RU rack.
The company claims that the results show that the FS1600 helps reduce the cost of existing IOPS, further improving the use of storage media, compared to existing software-defined storage solutions. Which makes them useful for all kinds of data centric workloads.