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PSSC Labs Announces Enterprise Server Designed Specifically for Hadoop with 240TB of Storage

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “PSSC Labs, a developer of custom HPC and Big Data computing solutions, today announced the next generation of its CloudOOP Big Data Server Line – the CloudOOP 24000. The next iteration of the company’s industry leading CloudOOP 12000, the only Enterprise server platform engineered specifically for Hadoop, the CloudOOP 24000 offers double the capacity of the original in just 2U of rack space for up to 240 TB of storage capacity. The CloudOOP Big Data Server Line is ideal for organizations new to Big Data or looking to expand their existing environment. Proven compatible with leading data platforms including Horotnworks, Cloudera and MapR, the CloudOOP 24000 offers enterprises a platform that will significantly lower both CapEx and OpEx costs while achieving higher data throughput performance. Utilizing this specialized server design, enterprises can now deploy 3 PByte+ storage within a single rack and reduce energy consumption up to 26% compared to other server manufacturers.”

The release goes on, “Designed specifically for Hadoop, Kafka, Big Data and edge computing with IOT devices and sensors, the CloudOOP 24000 is engineered for faster data ingestion and processing. Data analytics continues to push enterprises to find new technologies while at the same time work with smaller budget. The CloudOOP 24000 is the big data server platform that can satisfy both the data scientists and the budget minded executives. ‘PSSC Labs continues to push the envelope of innovation in the Big Data server market place. As Big Data environments continue to grow, we understand our clients’ struggles with maintaining their CapEx and OpEx while still keeping up with the demands of their big data operations. At PSSC Labs, we continually work to deliver solutions that ensure the absolute high performance and lowest total cost of ownership for Enterprise Big Data computing,’ said Alex Lesser, Vice President of PSSC Labs.”

Read more at PR Web.

Photo credit: PSSC Labs

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