FT. LAUDERDALE, FL (PRWEB) December 7, 2004
Today, Loyola Enterprises, Inc., will be demonstrating its geospatial processing system and DataCore Software based SAN-FireÂ storage systems at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC).
Benito Loyola, president of Loyola Enterprises Inc. said, ÂOur success in complex program wins and this demonstration are proof that Storage Area Network (SAN) technology will be a major component of the Global Information Grid (GIG) architecture. SAN- FireÂ systems are redefining the impact of ultra-high performance storage networks in providing correlated and synchronized modeling and simulation events, and very soon we will be testing advanced generation systems to directly support Net-Centric Battlespace capabilities. SAN- FireÂ represents a major advance in speed and ease of use which translates directly into better simulation systems. The combination of performance and the leverage of cost-effective COTS (commercial-off-the-shelf) technology are unprecedented in delivering value.Â
The Joint Forces Command simulation program highlights SAN- FireÂ Âs capabilities to provide a robust and highly available storage framework that directly supports the highly diverse and complex data requirements of Modeling and Simulation. Loyola, a key innovator and program integrator, will demonstrate its ability to deliver an unparalleled level of performance for todayÂs complex 3D visualizations, modeling and simulation exercises, which require ingesting massive amounts of data from many different sources, processing, analyzing, and then displaying the information and models for the use of the Joint Forces Command.
SAN- FireÂ is a fully integrated, ultra-high speed, fault tolerant geospatial processing system incorporating both servers and multi-terabytes of storage capacity per unit. DataCore adds unique caching technology to SAN- FireÂ, and consistently outperforms competitorÂs storage array offerings in benchmark comparisons. Staggering performance acceleration means faster 3-D visualization and database construction, wider support for more users, and world-class speed even from economical Serial ATA (SATA) disk drives. SANmelody enables SAN- FireÂ to leverage COTS technology to attain the best price/performance attributes from the latest server, storage and network components. The future-proof architecture makes it easy to incorporate the latest technologies seamlessly, thus continually improving cost-effectiveness and performance.
ÂIn these complex visualization and simulation environments with such importance to the nation, it is crucial that the foundation be the absolute fastest and most reliable storage system available Â and DataCore is proud to be the ones providing the storage software platform,Â said George Teixeira, CEO and president, DataCore Software. ÂIn addition to our performance advantage, we have also managed to hide the complexities of complex storage tasks. With SAN- FireÂ systems, our auto-provisioning storage capabilities enable Visualizers and Pre-processors to focus on their work and achieve high productivity without worrying about details such as having enough storage capacity to handle it.Â
DataCore's SANmelody based SAN- FireÂ systems protect the data and handle the automated storage provisioning, disk performance acceleration, high availability and remote data replication as the baseline for military and civil simulations, 3D modeling, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and other database processing.
Loyola Enterprises recently announced pricing for SAN- FireÂ 4 Terabytes Managed Storage Systems starting at $28,057.00. To learn more see: http://www.loyola.com/SANFire
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Loyola Enterprises will be showcasing product capabilities in the Joint Forces Command Â Booth #2519, VMASC/ODU Booth #2418, and Terrain Experts, Inc Booth # 1526
Simulation and Training: Transforming 21st Century Operations
December 6-9, 2004 -Orange County Convention Center, International Drive - Orlando, Florida
I/ITSEC promotes cooperation among the Armed Services, Industry, Academia and various Government agencies in pursuit of improved training and education programs, identification of common training issues and development of multi-service programs.
About Loyola Enterprises
Loyola Enterprises was incorporated in 1991 in Virginia and provides engineering and technical services contracts with private sector companies, as well as city, state, and federal governments. With GSA Contract vehicles and SBA 8(a) Certified status, Loyola provides a range of integrated turnkey technology solutions for the Department of Defense. http://www.loyola.com
About DataCore Software
DataCore Software fundamentally changes the economics of managing storage with innovative software that combines advanced functions and services with the agility and savings of hardware independence. The company's award-winning SANsymphony and new low-cost SANmelody disk server software products provide unprecedented purchasing flexibility and future-proofing by empowering customers to fulfill portability and price/performance requirements across a broad choice of systems and devices. Small to Medium Enterprises, Global 2000 data centers and OEM storage subsystems rely on this comprehensive product portfolio to deploy disk servers, to easily add capacity expansion and to centralize and automate storage management for Windows, UNIX, Linux, Maces and NetWare systems. DataCore is privately held with corporate headquarters in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. For international office locations and more information, call (877) 780-5111 or visit http://www.datacore.com.
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