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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  • NTFS (NT File System)

    NTFS, which stands for 'NT file system' and the 'New Technology File System,' is the file system that the Windows NT operating system (OS) uses for storing and retrieving files on hard disk drives (HDDs) and solid-state drives (SSDs). Continue Reading

  • 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

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