Ocarina, Cornell, DataCirect Team

Ocarina Networks partners with Cornell and DataDirect Networks on storage optimization

February 6, 2009

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Ocarina Networks, the leader in content-aware compression and dedupe for online storage, has partnered with the Cornell Center for Advanced Computing (CAC) and DataDirect Networks (DDN), the data infrastructure provider for the most extreme, content-intensive environments in the world, to advance the state of lossless data reduction and storage optimization.

As scientific researchers acquire data at faster and faster rates, optimizing the analysis of that data with scalable storage solutions is essential,” said Dr. David Lifka, Cornell CAC director. “Despite advances in disk technology, storing research data remains an expensive proposition,” he explained. “We are working with Ocarina and DDN to effectively maximize storage capacity without sacrificing performance.”

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