LSI Storage Used in HPC Site

LSI storage technology implemented in world's 3rd fastest supercomputer

February 5, 2008

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MILPITAS, Calif. -- LSI Corporation (NYSE: LSI - News) today announced that LSI Engenio(TM) storage technology has been installed as part of the world's third fastest supercomputer in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. The SGI InfiniteStorage 4500 solution includes 200 terabytes of fibre-channel storage based on the LSI Engenio 6998 storage system, which will be integrated with a 14,336-core SGI® Altix® ICE supercomputer for New Mexico's Department of Information Technology. The solution will be used to drive research in fields ranging from aerospace and automotive design to drug development and alternative energy.

"By implementing the world's third fastest supercomputer, the State of New Mexico has signaled that it is serious about developing its high tech economy," said Steve Hochberg, director of federal sales, LSI. "The LSI storage technology was chosen for its ability to meet the performance and reliability demands of the SGI Altix ICE system and achieve the state's goals."

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