University hopes to increase research productivity, relieve IT demands  through data processing.

research-jhuAvere Systems, a provider of enterprise storage for the hybrid cloud, today announced that The Johns Hopkins University has increased research productivity at its Human Language Technology Center of Excellence (HLTCOE) by deploying Avere FXT Series Edge filers to help gain cutting-edge real-time insights from over 250 terabytes of speech, text and image data.

This data is processed using a High Performance Compute cluster, consisting of 150 nodes and 2500 cores utilizing Sun Grid Engine and Hadoop. Johns Hopkins University has...

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