NASA Picks Winchester Systems

NASA's Earth Science community gets fast, reliable access to growing Petabye of data

May 27, 2008

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BURLINGTON, Mass. -- Winchester Systems Inc., a leading data storage solutions provider, today announced that NASAs Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC) established in 1991 as a division of the NASA Langley Research Center has utilized 1.5 petabytes of data storage to capture and store stunning earth images. In 2007 alone, NASA distributed 275 terabytes of data to 34,000 of its customers worldwide.

NASA evaluated traditional EMC and SGI products and settled on FlashDisk data storage arrays from Winchester Systems. According to David Cordner, Systems Engineer, at NASA Langley, “Winchester Systems price performance tipped the scale in its favor. We were looking for Fibre Channel Disk Arrays that offered reliable, dense, and high speed performance at an economical price, and that’s what Winchester Systems delivered.”

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