At the Internet2 Global Summit taking place in Washington, DC April 26-30, researchers in the life sciences will meet with engineers and technology leaders in the research and education community to discuss the advancement of IT infrastructure and applications for big data.
Penn State University has finalized plans for a new data center at its University Park campus to provide high-performance computing and data storage for research and education.
Atlanta-based StorTrends has released two new storage devices that feature all-flash storage area network (SAN) arrays.
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences at George Washington University has implemented an open source-driven software-defined storage system to ensure that researchers have high availability access to secure storage.
University of Northwestern — St. Paul has implemented a new storage system using flash arrays to support its virtualized environment.
Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ has implemented a software-defined storage solution in an effort to improve performance of its thin clients, thick clients and virtual machines.
Portal Architects’ software is designed to make it easier for universities and research institutions to migrate information to storage services.
In an effort to manage rapid data growth, Saint Michael's College near Burlington, VT has replaced its existing storage infrastructure with a service that combines local storage controllers with cloud storage.
The University of San Diego has virtualized nearly all of its IT infrastructure and has now dramatically reduced the backup times and storage requirements for its virtual environment, all while saving money.
The University of Maryland's Department of Transportation Services has implemented a high-performance storage array to support its new virtual infrastructure.