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Data Storage Hardware

IBM Speeds Storage With Flash: 10B Files In 43 Min 76

Posted by timothy
from the you-sure-have-a-lot-of-mp3s dept.
CWmike writes "With an eye toward helping tomorrow's data-deluged organizations, IBM researchers have created a super-fast storage system capable of scanning in 10 billion files in 43 minutes. This system handily bested their previous system, demonstrated at Supercomputing 2007, which scanned 1 billion files in three hours. Key to the increased performance was the use of speedy flash memory to store the metadata that the storage system uses to locate requested information. Traditionally, metadata repositories reside on disk, access to which slows operations. (See IBM's whitepaper.)"
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IBM Speeds Storage With Flash: 10B Files In 43 Min

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