SAN DIEGO, June 27 – Throughout the exhibit halls and panel discussions at Bio 2001, a question mark lurked behind talks of grand plans to harness genomics-oriented data: how to meet the computing infrastructure needs for collecting, managing, and storing the explosion of information.

"We’re about to hit a wall we don’t see," warned Lisa Kenney, senior director for strategic technology at Incyte Genomics.

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