Forbes.com just posted an interesting interview with Dan Warmenhoven, chief executive of Network Appliance, the maker of supersize hard drives that serve a wide range of industries, from financial services to video animation.

Dan Frommer of Forbes asks Warmenhoven, who received his undergraduate degree from Princeton in electrical engineering, what he considers to be the most unusual information stored on NetApp servers.

“We’re the infrastructure for the human genomics projects, so all the DNA maps of humans” are stored on NetApp servers, says Warmenhoven. Who knew? You can read the full interview, titled “Swanky Storage,” on Forbes.com.

 
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