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NAS and Panasas PanFS 5.5 in the Storage Spotlight at NAB

Bill Ribera

VP of WW Sales & Field Operations

With more than 98,000 in attendance, this year’s National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show certainly lived up to its billing as the world’s largest business-to-business media and entertainment event! I had the pleasure of joining my Panasas colleagues for what seemed like a non-stop parade of visitors looking for a better Network Attached Storage (NAS) solution for their creative and post-production workloads, along with current Panasas customers hoping for their first look at our new PanFS 5.5 operating system.

PanFS 5.5: Industry Observers Take Note

Faye Pairman

President and CEO

Recently, we announced the release of PanFS 5.5 with enterprise-grade support for Windows-based workloads. I'm pleased to see the industry press take notice by analyzing and sharing our news for their readers, viewers and listeners. So what are people saying about PanFS 5.5? Following are a few highlights you may find of interest:

PanFS 5.5: Delivering Enterprise Grade Windows Support

Geoffrey Noer

Sr. Director of Product Marketing

Enterprise grade Windows support for technical computing? Are you crazy? Everybody in this space runs Linux!

Yes, I know, the compute clusters used for technical research and enterprise workloads pretty much all run Linux. After all, that’s why we originally created DirectFlow® - to maximize aggregate I/O performance and successfully handle thousands of concurrent compute nodes.

SC13 Recap

Geoffrey Noer

Sr. Director of Product Marketing

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As one of the largest HPC events in the world, the Supercomputing Conference (SC13) draws attendees from a wide variety of industries. We took advantage of the opportunity to meet with many existing and prospective customers in academia, manufacturing, government, life sciences and energy and came away with great feedback about our products and the kinds of technology companies are prioritizing for their big data workloads.

ActiveStor Harnesses the Power of Intel® Xeon Phi™ for HPC

Bill Ribera

VP of WW Sales & Field Operations

This is a guest post by: Rex Tanakit, VP of Systems Engineering at Panasas

Our customers asked for Xeon Phi support and we listened. We’re pleased to report that Panasas now supports the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor across our ActiveStor scale-out storage solutions, making Panasas the first storage vendor to unlock the full potential of this powerful technology.

Panasas Scale-out Storage Modernizes Broadcast Media Production Workflow

Bill Ribera

VP of WW Sales & Field Operations

Calvary Chapel chose Panasas® ActiveStor® 14 to streamline its tapeless digital workflow and accelerate content distribution in order to distribute its teachings to a nationwide congregation.

Celebrating 25 Years of Using Erasure Codes to Implement RAID

Geoffrey Noer

Sr. Director of Product Marketing

Happy birthday, RAID!  Twenty-five years ago, in March 1988, Panasas founder and chief scientist, Dr. Garth Gibson, published the paper “A Case for Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks (RAID)” with co-authors David Patterson and Randy Katz, inventing a concept that would prove central to the storage industry for decades to come. Congratulations to all three of these storage visionaries!

Panasas Engineer, Terrence Wong, Focuses on Quality

Brent Welch

CTO

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Quality is obviously important for any software product and storage systems have particularly demanding quality requirements.  Customers expect to reliably retrieve the data they store.  Unfortunately, software has bugs, and the consequence of a bug in a storage system ranges from minor inconvenience, to system down time, to corrupted or lost user data.  The recently published paper, "A Study of Linux File System Evolution," by Lu et.

SC12 Recap - Where Were the Labs?

Barbara Murphy

CMO

I recently read a quote from the US secretary of Energy, Steven Chu.

2011 Recap

Faye Pairman

President and CEO

2011 was a year of investing and building for Panasas as we prepared for continued success in the coming year. I want to take the time, before the year winds down to thank our employees, our partners, and most importantly our customers for a great 2011 and in so doing, I would like to remind all of us of some of our 2011 highlights:

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