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11/23/2010 03:22 AM ID: 86456 Permalink   

IBM Labs Releases New Storage Architecture Design

 

IBM has launched new storage architecture model General Parallel File System-Shared Nothing Cluster (GPFS-SNC).

It easily converts terabytes of information into actionable insights in quick time.

This product is completely designed for cloud computing applications and data mining, and it saves time in doing complex computations.

 
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I will have one at home in 20yrs.
 
  by: nimira     11/23/2010 02:54 PM     
  That´s one  
 
long and horribly acronym...sigh nerds will never learn.
 
  by: jhax   11/23/2010 05:28 PM     
  This wont be in homes  
 
its Like CERT RAID or PERT RAID equally crappy acronyms, designed for corporate level infrastructure, you wont need it a home unless your home has a hundred people trying to access the same data structures at once.
And this is why APPLE Suck they are missing this level development so while they make good toys, they don´t make good corporate infrastructure and they don´t play well with other´s infrastructure.
 
  by: veya_victaous     11/23/2010 11:26 PM     
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It easily converts terabytes of information into actionable insights in quick time.´´ <--- time isn´t ´quick´... time can be ´short´ tho ;)
not to mention the potential confusion with apple´s QuickTime! this is IBM not apple! ;)

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hmm apparently I just found a bug on shortnews! it doesn´t like comment text that starts with this-->´´<-- (two signle quotes)
 
  by: deadmeat     11/23/2010 11:40 PM     
 
 
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