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Published on Jun 21, 2016
The key to enabling scientific discoveries about the origin of the Universe is getting data from the source to the remote local sites as rapidly as possible. The ATLAS collider data sample is approximately 170 petabytes and must be transferred from CERN to other centers around the world at 100 gigabits per second (Gbps) to enable scientists to rapidly access and analyze data, and speed up discoveries. By utilizing Fusion ioMemory solutions, the universities have accelerated access to data, allowing physicists to expedite the potential discovery of new particles and forces that will help explain the nature of the Universe.