Why Carnegie Institution for Science Chose Qumulo Universal-Scale Storage

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Wrestling with both terabyte-size data sets and millions of small sequencing files is a daily occurrence for one of the world's top research institutions. After considering many other storage systems, the Institute turned to QF2 to deliver the performance, scalability and simplicity needed to keep pace with evolving research data requirements.

Our research organization falls between the cracks for most storage vendors, with giant imaging sets and millions of tiny genetic sequencing scraps. Finding a system that reasonably handled all our complex workflows was difficult, and in the end only QF2 was the right fit
Bill Kupiec, IT Manager
Department of Embryology Carnegie Institution for Science

Solution Overview

Key Benefits of QF2

  • Performs equally well with both terabyte-size data sets and millions of tiny sequencing files
  • Scales throughput and capacity with each additional node to keep pace with rapidly growing data requirements
  • Delivers immediate storage improvements in a familiar file-based architecture
  • Evolves in capabilities and features through frequent and easy software updates
  • Simplifies storage platform with convenient appliance-based design
  • Ensures uninterrupted operation through proactive Qumulo Care support

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