Recently, Intel aoteng’s persistent memory and Intel’s open-source distributed asynchronous object storage solution combined to create a new world record, and successfully ranked first in the virtual institute I / O io-500 list. With only 30 servers equipped with Intel Artem persistent memory, Intel Daos solution has become the world’s top file system performance ranking, successfully surpassing the world’s top supercomputers. < / P > < p > this result verifies the most outstanding distributed storage performance brought about by the solution, and proves that Intel can bring disk storage like persistence to customers through the fine-grained and low latency memory data access provided by Intel Artem’s persistent memory products, and thus completely change the storage mode. “The latest io-500 results of Daos show that the functionality of today’s software is maturing with a well managed code development and validation process,” said Gordon mcpheeters, an expert in high-performance computing systems management at Argonne’s leading computing facility. The collaborative development program will continue to deliver other leading capabilities for Daos solutions to support Aurora, the 10 billion computing system to be launched by Argonne National Laboratory < / P > < p > at the international supercomputing conference in 2019, Daos with Intel Artem’s persistent memory was listed on the io-500 list for the first time. This year, Intel’s customers, Texas Advanced Computing Center and Argonne National Laboratory, also ranked third and fourth on the list for their Daos solution using Intel Arten’s persistent memory. Among the 10 node challenges compared with 10 clients, Intel, Texas Advanced Computing Center and Aragon National Laboratory, the three Daos solutions equipped with Intel Artem’s persistent memory occupy the top three respectively. These two lists are very important for evaluating file system efficiency, client performance and scalability in large-scale installation. < p > < p > Alper ilkbahar, vice president of Intel’s data platform business unit and general manager of memory and storage products business unit, said: “Intel’s remarkable number one achievement is inseparable from the strong support of its partners, software developers and large ecosystem, and we are very grateful for this. I believe that only the combination of Daos and Intel’s persistent memory can achieve the breakthrough performance like today. We are happy to work with our partners and customers to continue to innovate and to break through the limits of speed and performance. ” Huawei has finally made a choice! Xiaomi and ov have also followed up. Have you ever thought about today?