Max Planck To Consolidate Research Storage on Isilon's X-Series | GenomeWeb

Isilon said today that the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology will consolidate its project-related home directories, file shares, and scientific data archives into the company's X-Series storage system.

In addition, the company said that MPI researchers will use Isilon's Backup Accelerator Node to further secure their research data, which they will be able to access as needed without incurring performance hits on the front end.

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