Panasas Debuts New Products as It Emphasizes Storage Software in Business Shift

May 4, 2022

Panasas started off specializing in storage hardware, but more than 20 years on, the company is placing a big bet on its software stack to meet storage needs for high-performance applications. The company on Wednesday introduced new storage products called ActiveStor Ultra XL and ActiveStor Flash for high-performance computing and artificial intelligence applications. The products are built on the company’s PanFS file... Read more…

New ASF Roundtable to Spotlight HPC’s Role in Fighting COVID-19

February 16, 2021

With the one-year mark of the pandemic in the U.S. rapidly approaching and vaccinations ramping up, decision-makers and stakeholders are beginning to look back Read more…

SC20 Panel – OK, You Hate Storage Tiering. What’s Next Then?

November 25, 2020

Tiering in HPC storage has a bad rep. No one likes it. It complicates things and slows I/O. At least one storage technology newcomer – VAST Data – advocates dumping the whole idea. One large-scale user, NERSC storage architect Glenn Lockwood sort of agrees. The challenge, of course, is that tiering... Read more…

Panasas Secures Growth Investment, Jorge Titinger Joins Board

February 26, 2019

HPC storage supplier Panasas, maker of scale-out NAS appliances, today announced a funding round and an expansion to its board of directors that it says will en Read more…

Panasas Rolls Out ActiveStor 18

July 9, 2015

Hybrid scale-out NAS specialist Panasas today introduced ActiveStor 18, the latest in its ActiveStor appliance line. According to the company, the new appliance Read more…

Panasas Boosts ActiveStor with Fat Drives, RAID 6+

June 12, 2014

Disk drives keep getting fatter, and the time to rebuild the data on them keeps taking longer and longer. And so the engineers at disk array maker Panasas have Read more…

Panasas Opens New Windows for Wider HPC View

March 11, 2014

Like many other storage companies with roots in HPC, Panasas is leveraging its history in some of the most demanding environments to bridge the technical to com Read more…

Intelligent Application of SSDs to Accelerate HPC Workloads

October 1, 2012

In most industries today, (whether it is financial services, manufacturing, academic research, healthcare and life sciences, or energy exploration) data analysis, modeling, and visualization efforts are critical to success. To gain a competitive edge, most organizations are incorporating ever-large data sets and more variable data formats into these computational workflows to help derive better information upon which to make smarter decisions. Read more…

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