Next-gen sequencing is at the heart of many of today’s biomedical discoveries, and dependence on high performance computing to achieve these insights is growing rapidly, in direct proportion to the amount of data collected. As genomic data accumulates and analytic approaches evolve, so must the computational platforms.
Processing complex genomic data sets requires massive compute power, storage and network capabilities. However, biomedical research needs differ from climate modeling, astrophysics or computational fluid dynamics. In “Accelerating High-volume Genomic Analysis”, our expert panel will discuss a new turnkey solution, developed specifically for genomic workloads, that makes analysis possible in a clinically relevant timeframe.
Technology experts from Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), Intel and Dell relate how they’ve customized a complete, integrated platform of modular HPC and storage building blocks and how their partnership empowers researchers to accelerate delivery of personalized treatments to cancer patients.
I hope you find our discussion valuable.