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Dell aims for DNA sequencing advancements with unstructured data storage

Dell Technologies has announced the latest addition to its Isilon family, an all-flash scale-out network-attached storage (NAS) system offering up to 92.4 petabytes of storage capacity and up to 25M IOPS and 1.5TB per second of bandwidth, designed to handle next-generation applications and unstructured workloads.

Speaking at the inaugural Dell EMC World in Austin, Texas, senior vice president and general manager of Isilon Phil Bullinger said there are a number of vertical markets the organisation believes the Isilon all-flash is going to have a significant impact in, with life sciences — in particular, DNA sequencing — one of the markets he is most excited about. [1]

[1] By Asha McLean ZDNet

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