As part of IBM's Global Services organization, the HPSS team in Houston offers a variety of services, including storage systems consulting services. HPSS systems engineers collectively represent over 50 years of experience dealing with mass storage systems, hierarchical storage management technology, and related requirements for customers world-wide. Using proven systems engineering methods and tools, the engineers follow a rigorous process to analyze requirements, develop a system-level architecture, propose design alternatives, validate requirements against possible solutions identifying remaining gaps, and provide recommendations for follow-on actions and closure. Services are tailored to specific needs, including phased approaches that logically sequence tasks allowing the scope of services to be adjusted based on time and budget constraints.
For additional information on how the HPSS team can serve your storage systems needs, please contact Bob Coyne at email@example.com.
2012 HPSS Users Forum - The 2012 HPSS Users Forum (HUF) will be hosted by CEA and held at the Hotel Pullman (Paris Bercy) in Paris, France. The conference will run October 15th through noon on October 18th. The conference website is now available http://www-hpc.cea.fr/en/HUF2012/index.htm for users to register, view the draft agenda, and obtain other related information about the meeting. The length of the conference is the same as last year - 3 1/2 days, with time available in the evening to visit/tour Paris.
|Purdue University: Data Storage Archive- Information Technology at Purdue will be upgrading the Fortress archive system from EMC's DiskXtender (DXUL) to IBM's High Performance Storage System (HPSS). In addition to the new archive data, HPSS will manage and retrieve the legacy data on DXUL tapes. For more details, please visit http://www.rcac.purdue.edu/news/detail.cfm?NewsID=475|
|Library of Congress: Data Storage Archive - The Library of Congress has acquired HPSS for use in the National Audiovisual Conservation Center. The NAVCC is located in Washington, DC and at the Packard Campus for Audio-Visual Conservation, located in Virginia.|