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IBM Launches Advanced Storage Solutions Designed to Simplify Data Accessibility & Availability Across Hybrid Clouds

Company unveils plans to ship new container-native software defined storage solutions designed to help companies expand data availability across complex hybrid clouds for greater business performance and resilience;

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IBM announced major innovations across its storage portfolio designed to improve the access to, and management of, data across increasingly complex hybrid cloud environments for greater data availability and resilience.

First, the company announced plans to launch a new container-native software defined storage (SDS) solution, IBM Spectrum Fusion in the second half of 2021. The solution will be designed to fuse IBM’s general parallel file system technology and its data protection software to give businesses and their applications a simple and less complex approach to accessing data seamlessly within the data center, at the edge and across hybrid cloud environments.

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In addition, IBM introduced updates to its IBM Elastic Storage System (ESS) family of high-performance solutions that are highly scalable and designed for easy deployment: the revamped model ESS 5000, now delivering 10% greater storage capacity and the new ESS 3200 which offers double the read performance of its predecessor.

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“It’s clear that to build, deploy and manage applications requires advanced capabilities that help provide rapid availability to data across the entire enterprise – from the edge to the data center to the cloud,” said Denis Kennelly, General Manager, IBM Storage Systems. “It’s not as easy as it sounds, but it starts with building a foundational data layer, a containerized information architecture and the right storage infrastructure.”

Guardant Health, one of the leading precision oncology companies, is dedicated to helping conquer cancer globally through use of its proprietary blood tests, vast data sets, and advanced analytics. The company is committed to helping patients across the cancer care continuum live longer, healthier lives. The company’s data and high-performance computing platforms turn massive amounts of genomic data into actionable insights for oncologists, researchers, and the biopharmaceutical industry, with unparalleled speed and throughput. Several years ago it turned to IBM to help it build a data foundation for its platform knowing that it needed to scale its data infrastructure to serve the tens of millions of patients around the world, and across the cancer care continuum.

“We manage large scale compute clusters demanding high data throughput to a large number of compute nodes,” said Kumud Kalia, CIO, Guardant Health. “IBM Spectrum Scale’s parallel filesystem delivers high performance, while the ESS systems provide the data throughput our genomic pipelines require. I look forward to continued collaboration with IBM to further innovate on this platform.”

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