We’ve recently been working with archaeologists and computing scientists at the University of Bradford who are benefiting from the University’s first high performance computing (HPC) system. This new HPC environment (designed, integrated and supported by OCF) is transforming heritage preservation by revolutionising the capacity for data collation for archaeological purposes.
Some of you may remember Samsung announcing last year its 30.72TB drives, positioning them as enterprise SSDs. Along with their huge capacity, these drives have about four times the read and three times the write capabilities of its consumer SSD.
But at a price point of between $10,000-$20,000 who would actually use them?
Congratulations to our client, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) who has ranked 8th place on the 10 Node Challenge, part of the IO500 Awards at SC18.