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DDN

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DDN

(Defense Data Network) An Internet-based global communications network created by the U.S. Department of Defense. In April 1996, users were moved to the more modern Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) made up of NIPRnet (Non-classified IP Router Network) and SIPRnet (Secret IP Router Network).
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The acquisition adds enterprise-class scale-up and scale-out software capabilities for hardware-, protocol-, stack/platform-, cloud- and app-agnostic deployments to DDN's product portfolio.
We looked at high performance data storage solution providers for artificial intelligence and deep learning and found that DDN Storage offers unified storage for AI as well as HPC with extreme performance in a very small data center footprint, said CSIR-CEERI Director, Professor Santanu Chaudhury.
IME is DDN's scale-out flash cache that is designed to accelerate applications beyond the capabilities of today's file systems.
According to the company, the SFA10000 is the first of the next-generation DDN intelligent storage systems to be used in all of Cray's high-end supercomputers, which now includes the new Cray XE6 supercomputer.
But bosses at DDN, which sells the Fuel Angel - a device fitted to diesel vehicles to prevent them being filled with unleaded petrol - walked away from the dragons after they felt the stake in their business was too high.
For example, Thomson Technicolor is using a Linux-based cluster file system powered by DDN's S2A(TM) storage platforms for encoding and authoring Blu-ray discs for high-profile projects such as Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean.
DT Tutor employs a DDN for selecting tutorial actions while assisting a learner with a task.
DDN chief executive officer William Holmes concurs, saying his company's kiosks do not present a threat to the relationship between pharmacy and patient but actually enhance it.
Cache-on-Demand uses Conxion's HotRoute Digital Delivery Network (DDN) to ensure the fastest delivery possible by making intelligent decisions about the routes data should travel to the end user.
9 May 2019 - California, US-based data management company DataDirect Networks has agreed to acquire California, US-based 5G and IoT software defined storage provider Nexenta, creating the Nexenta by DDN division, the company said.