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German Climate Computing Center Upgrades to IBM High-Performance Storage System

IBM logoTYSONS CORNER, VA May 12, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — ExecutiveBiz reported Monday on the German Climate Computing Center adopting IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) big data platform to help manage the facility’s more than 40 petabytes of stored information for analysis.

The center’s archive now uses High-Performance Storage System software, which IBM jointly developed with the U.S. Energy Department, and related services in support of some of the world’s environmental studies, IBM said Friday.

“At IBM, one of the values we try to live up to daily is providing innovation that matters for our company and the world, ” said Markus Koerner, vice president of IBM global technology services.

“I can think nothing that matters more than helping to effectively predict and mitigate the impact of climate change, and we believe the technology and services we provide for this big data challenge will significantly help advance the science of climate change.”

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