Walter Explains Parallel I/O (Short Version)

Hi, my name is Walter, and I am your virtual IT director. Today, I would like to talk to you about parallel computing and parallel I/O.

Applications are driving the enterprise. These applications and the users that count on them expect rapid response times. In a world that demands instant gratification, forcing a customer, prospect, or employee to wait for a response is the kiss of death.

Imagine a cashier line at a cinema. There are four cashier booths but only one is manned. Half an hour before movie time, long lines develop. That one lonely cashier struggles to get everyone inside before the start of the feature.

Now, imagine all four cashier stations manned. Traffic flows through without slowdown. That’s DataCore Adaptive Parallel I/O.

DataCore Parallel I/O fully leverages multicore processing for exceptional speed. The cores working in parallel effectively multiply the amount of I/O processing that can be performed locally, using far fewer servers more efficiently to reach quicker and timelier decisions.

Find out more about DataCore Parallel I/O here:

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About The Author
- DataCore, the Data Infrastructure Software company, is the leading provider of Software-Defined Storage and Adaptive Parallel I/O Software – harnessing today’s powerful and cost-efficient server platforms with Parallel I/O to overcome the IT industry’s biggest problem, the I/O bottleneck, in order to deliver unsurpassed performance, hyper-consolidation efficiencies and cost savings. The company’s comprehensive and flexible storage virtualization and hyper-converged virtual SAN solutions free users from the pain of labor-intensive storage management and provide true independence from solutions that cannot offer a hardware agnostic architecture. DataCore's Software-Defined and Parallel I/O powered platforms revolutionize data infrastructure and serve as the cornerstone of the next-generation, software-defined data center – delivering greater value, industry-best performance, availability and simplicity.

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