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  • EnterpriseTech.com Covers Terascala’s Push Into The Enterprise With Lustre

    It is still early days for the commercialization of the Lustre parallel file system. But the brisk business that Terascala, one of several companies that have put some polish onto Lustre to make it more amenable to enterprises, shows that it is indeed taking off outside of traditional supercomputing markets.

    This article was published by Timothy Prickett Morgan, Editor-and-Chief of EnterpriseTech.com in its April 9th, 2014 edition. You can access it in its original form from this link. Terascala, which is based in Avon, Massachusetts, was founded in 2005 on the premise that network attached storage was not going to be able to keep up…

  • Terascala Shows Strong Financial Momentum in 2014

    Four Consecutive Quarters of Increased Sales Highlights Strong Demand for HPC Storage Appliances That Are Fast, Simple to Use, and Highly Intelligent

    Terascala, the fast data company, announced today they have seen record OEM sales for the first quarter of 2014 and sequential increases in total sales for the last four quarters. The company attributes the strong revenue numbers to high demand for their TeraOS software. When combined with Dell and NetApp hardware, the software creates a…

  • InsideHPC.com Q&A with Terascala CEO, Steve Butler

    The HPC world, the need for speed is often coupled with requirements for robustness and reliability over a long time scales. Terascala tackles this problem head on via an OS that manages Lustre-based storage and application workflow. To learn more, InsideHPC.com caught up with Steve Butler, CEO of Terascala.

    This article appears in the March 13th, 2014 edition of InsideHPC.com, which you can read here. insideHPC: Terascala bills itself as “The Fast Data Company.” What does this mean for the HPC crowd? Steve Butler: Terascala is helping accelerate and standardize the way data is managed and monitored in HPC application workflows. We provide the operating…

  • Terascala Releases Latest Version of Groundbreaking High Performance Data Movement Solution

    New features in the Intelligent Storage Bridge break down barriers between platforms, vendors, technologies and bring together wider range of HPC storage solutions

     Terascala, the fast data company, today announced the availability of the latest version of their groundbreaking data movement solution, the Intelligent Storage Bridge (ISB). Since its introduction in the fall of 2013, companies have been using the ISB to enhance the throughput and reliability of large data transfers, thereby increasing fast scratch efficiency and overall…

  • Terascala’s ISB Helps Solves High Performance Data Movement Challenges

    Challenge and Solution Highlighted in White Paper Written by Leading Analyst Firm, ESG

    Boston, Mass.– February 12, 2014 – Terascala, the fast data company, today announced that its Intelligent Storage Bridge (ISB), a high performance, scalable data mover, is an ideal solution for companies looking to optimize the daily movement of high performance computing (HPC) data in a variety of industries. To more fully explain the high performance…

  • InsideHPC.com Features the Intelligent Storage Bridge

    Terascala’s Intelligent Storage Bridge (ISB) has been featured by Insidehpc.com’s Rich Brueckner on his slidecast blog. Terascala’s own Bryan Cote, Director of Product Management, was interviewed by Rich for this podcast. Bryan and Rich discuss Terascala’s role in the high-performance computing industry, our history as a company and of course, everything ISB! Learn more about how the…

  • Hedge Fund Scraps DIY Lustre Cluster for Terascala

    Check out what Timothy Prickett Morgan of EnterpriseTech.com has to say about Terascala customer, Tradeworx. As a hedge fund with complex requirements around high-performance computing, Tradeworx needed something better than the “roll-your-own” cluster for their growing HPC needs. Learn how they scrapped their DIY Lustre cluster for a Terascala high performance storage appliance, here: http://www.enterprisetech.com/2013/11/18/hedge-fund-scraps-diy-lustre-cluster-terascala/

  • Terascala Announces the Release of TeraOS 5 at SC13

    TeraOS 5 includes manageability enhancements, Intelligent Storage Bridge compatibility, and Lustre 2.1 support

    Boston, Mass., – November 19, 2013 – Terascala, the fast data company, announced today at SC13 the release of their latest generation of high performance storage appliance software, TeraOS 5. Enterprise markets require a true high-performance storage appliance–one that manages everything including servers, network, storage and file system components. TeraOS 5 is the only Lustre™-based platform that integrates…

  • Terascala Closes Additional Funding Based on Strong OEM Sales and Release of ISB

    Company closes new round of funding and transitions to a true OEM business model

    Boston, Mass. – November 5, 2013 – Terascala, the fast data company, today announced the closing of additional funding from existing venture capitalists and several new investors.  Ascent Venture Partners, Harborlight Capital Partners, and Thomas Weisel Partners co-led the equity investment. In addition, the company also signed a significant financing package with Bridge Bank, N.A.…

  • Terascala Storage Appliance Upholds Research at University of Florida

    Tech Target: The University of Florida in Gainesville is advancing everything from biomedical engineering to physics, but innovation doesn’t stop with the researchers.