Parallel file system

Parallel file system technology covers file systems used in distributed computing, and serves as a key ingredient in object-based, pervasive computing and supercomputing. Parallel file systems are key features in high-end performance NAS architectures. You can find the latest news on parallel file systems on this page.

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  • parallel file system

    A parallel file system is a software component designed to store data across multiple networked servers and to facilitate high-performance access through simultaneous, coordinated input/output operations (IOPS) between clients and storage nodes. Continue Reading

  • parallel I/O

    Parallel I/O is a way of performing multiple input/output operations concurrently, rather than serially. Continue Reading

  • IBM General Parallel File System (IBM GPFS)

    The IBM General Parallel File System is one of the top file systems used in high-performance computing and the basis for many storage products used in supercomputing. Continue Reading

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