I/O, Networking, and Storage

Disk- and tape-delivered I/O bandwidths are being rapidly outpaced by capacity increases, which means valuable processor time is being wasted while waiting for data delivery. For extreme-scale machines to be productive, bandwidth challenges throughout the entire I/O stack must be addressed. We’re working on techniques and technologies that leverage node-local or near-node storage, refactor parallel file systems, and evolve tertiary storage software to enable efficient extreme-scale computing environments. View content related to I/O, Networking, and Storage.

Preparing for SC15

More than 60 LLNL staff members are contributing to the intellectual vitality and smooth operations of the 2015 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis.

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