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High performance data management

Our data storage specialists design, implement and support high performance and large scale storage solutions both to support data processing environments such as HPC and analytics and as standalone storage environments to support the data storage requirements across all industry sectors.

By harnessing the power and advanced features of IBMs Scalable, High Performance File System (GPFS) and complimentary hardware and software we architect storage solutions to our customers’ requirements such as:

We can offer solutions ranging from 1TB to multiple-petabytes, tailoring our solutions to our customers specific requirements using our skills and partner technologies to deliver enterprise storage solutions that increase performance and scalability whilst reducing complexity and total cost of ownership.

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Head Office

OCF Plc
5 Rotunda
Business Centre
Thorncliffe Park
Chapeltown
Sheffield
S35 2PG

Tel: +44 (0) 114 257 2200
Fax: +44 (0) 114 257 0022
E-Mail: info@ocf.co.uk

Support:
Hotline: 0845 702 3829
E-Mail: support@ocf.co.uk

The enCORE service allows us to tackle much larger calculations, up to four times greater than we can manage in-house.

Dr David Kelsall
Fluid engineering consultancy

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