Panasas Targets Life Sciences with Latest Version of Storage Platform | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

Panasas this week released a new version of its storage platform intended to help the firm increase its footprint globally and in the life sciences market.

Panasas ActiveStor 11, the latest version of the company's parallel storage system, is powered by the PanFS operating system, based on a blade architecture, and can provide up to 1,150 megabytes of throughput from a single global namespace.

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