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HPE today launched a new family of storage solutions bundled with IBM’s Spectrum Scale Erasure Code Edition parallel file system (description below) and featuring license changes so it’s not necessary to license storage capacity separately by terabyte or by storage drive (SSD or HDD). Broadly, the new line spearheads HPE’s push into enterprise markets where NAS solutions have dominated and where the Lustre parallel file system has faltered. HPE’s E1000 Lustre-based solution remains its top-end product targeting supercomputing.

Writing today in an HPE blog, perhaps a little tongue-in-cheek, Uli Plechschmidt, worldwide product marketing, HPC Storage, said, “An HPE storage system with embedded IBM Spectrum Scale. Really? Yes. Really! With the new HPE Parallel File System Storage product, HPE is now introducing unique parallel storage for customers that use clusters of HPE Apollo Systems or HPE ProLiant DL rack servers with HPE InfiniBand HDR/Ethernet 200Gb adapters for modeling and simulation, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), deep learning (DL), and high- performance analytics workloads.”

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