Bioscience

Isilon NAS allows TGen to record cost savings and improve efficiency

March 21, 2010

By Flinn Foundation

[Source: Zycko New] – The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) has implemented Isilon’s scale-out network-attached storage (NAS) as the main solution powering its significant supply of next-generation research data.

Since the arrival of Isilon IQ, TGen has been able to unify all of its operations on to one single, highly-scalable shared pool of storage. And with the deployment of Isilon’s NAS, as well as some data compression technology, it has managed to reshape its previous storage-attached network system to serve as a backuparchive.

The benefits to TGen have been immediate and significant, with cost savings already reported along with a boost to the firm’s efficiency rating.

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