October 2005
UNIX Update;Oct2005, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p5
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The article reports that Panasas Inc. has announced that Louisiana State University has joined an ever-growing list of the nation's top institution's of higher education leveraging the Panasas ActiveScale Storage Cluster and high-performance Linux clusters to conduct important scientific research as of October 2005. The Panasas Storage Cluster has also been deployed at leading universities such as Stanford, Princeton, Carnegie-Mellon, Rockefeller and multiple campuses from the University of California system to support world-class scientific, bioscience, and computational research. The scientific efforts at these universities help gain a better understanding of the world, bring life-saving medicines to market faster, and improve the overall quality of people's lives.


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