Liqid Showcasing NVMe and PCIe-Based Technologies at SC16

November 14, 2016

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Nov. 14 — Liqid Inc., the industry leader in NVMe flash performance and PCI Express (PCIe) based disaggregated infrastructure (DI) solutions, today announces its participation in several key technology demonstrations alongside strategic customers and partners at SuperComputing 2016 (SC16) in Salt Lake City, Utah, from November 14-17, 2016.

“Liqid is excited to expand our strategic customer and partner ecosystem this year and to showcase our latest achievements at SuperComputing 2016,” said Liqid CEO Jay Breakstone. “We will have some exciting technology demonstrations of our performance optimized NVMe flash storage solutions for hyperscale and enterprise customers and our next generation DI technology. We’ll demo the true capabilities of PCIe fabric based technologies with our customers and partners.”

The following Liqid Powered products will be displayed at SC16:

  • World’s fastest PCIe NVMe 2.5” SSD and AIC SSD
  • 100GbE and 200GbE reference architectures with 2 and 4 NVMe cards, respectively
  • Private demos of Liqid’s disaggregated infrastructure platform

Liqid Powered technologies will be on display with technology partners at the following booths:

Kingston Technology: Booth #3370
Demo Featuring: World’s Fastest NVMe SSD and DCP1000 AIC
“Kingston and Liqid have partnered to deliver the world’s fastest NVMe solutions to our customers. We will be doing a live technology demonstration of the up and coming Kingston DCP1000 AIC and DCU1000 U.2 enterprise NVMe SSDs.” – Ariel Perez, SSD Business Manager, Kingston

Inspur Systems: Booth #3839
Demo Featuring: Inspur NF5180M4 NVMe Server and Liqid Powered Kingston DCP1000
“Inspur is seeing significant customer demand for NVMe-based cloud, media, big data and IoT data center solutions. Customers are looking for cost-effective flash storage solutions that meet their ever growing performance demands, and we are excited to demonstrate these capabilities with leading suppliers like Kingston.” – Dolly Wu, GM of Data Center and Cloud USA, Inspur Systems

Caltech University: Booth #2437 and #2537
Demo Featuring: 100GbE and 200GbE High Performance NVMe over Fabrics (NVMeoF) Storage Demo
“Among roughly 170 sites, the amount of data under management is now about 400 Petabytes. And talking in terms of the data transported across networks, it was nearly an Exabyte in the last 12 months. We look for things which really comprise the state of the art, and the Kingston solid state disks are a prime example.” – Harvey Newman, Professor of Physics, Caltech

2CRSI: Booth #3766 and 2CRSI Customers
Demo Featuring: Ultra Performance NVMe Server Demos
“2CRSI creates high performance solutions for Data Intensive Science customers by leveraging the most advanced technology available from partners like Liqid.” – Alain Wilmouth, CEO, 2CRSI

2CRSI solutions with Liqid Powered technology will be driving multiple SC16 demos:

Mellanox: Booth #2631 @ Nov. 17 at 2 p.m.
Technology Presentation: Benefits of Disaggregated Infrastructure (DI)
“Maximizing the performance boost that NVMe over Fabric enables requires the highest performance networking solutions – that includes the fastest bandwidth and the most efficient offload engines.” –Motti Beck, Sr. Director Enterprise Market Development, Mellanox

Liqid will also be giving a presentation at the Mellanox booth to discuss the benefits of DI and how solutions like the Liqid DI platform can dramatically impact and change the way IT resources are deployed and managed.

Liqid Inc.: Private Suite at Hilton Hotel
Demo Featuring: Rack Scale Disaggregated Infrastructure Platform Demo
Liqid will have a private suite at the Hilton Hotel showcasing its rack-level solution for the Liqid Disaggregated Infrastructure Platform, which leverages the Liqid PCIe fabric and software. To connect live and schedule a meeting with Liqid at SuperComputing 2016 contact [email protected].

About Liqid

Liqid is a data center innovation company that develops disruptive system solutions for the bare-metal cloud, enabling hyperscale agility at any scale. Gone are the days of slow, static, and capital intensive infrastructure changes. Liqid OS managed PCIe-based fabrics deliver over 90% resource utilization and 85x better operational efficiency. Liqid delivers a fluid and dynamic approach to disaggregate, provision, create, deploy, and delete bare-metal machines and the associated compute, network, and storage elements through policy-driven automation and orchestration. This allows organizations to adapt to technological and business changes in real-time, enabling them to fully maximize the opportunities in today’s digital economy. For more information, contact our team at [email protected] or visit www.liqid.com. Follow Liqid on TwitterLinkedIn and Google+.


Source: Liqid

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