Storage software vendor Exanet has been selected by US space agency Nasa to help expand its storage capabilities. Exanet’s flagship ExaStore-ICM software will be managing mission-critical data at the Dryden Flight Research Center in the western Mojave Desert. At the centre Nasa carries out research for aeronautical and atmospheric flight operations and tests design concepts and systems used in the developmentof its orbiters in space. The contract also marks Exanet’s 100th customer win.
Jessica Lux-Baumann, Nasa flight test information engineer, said: “Exanet gave us the single file system scalability we needed while enabling our engineers to get fast, easy access to shared test result data.”
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