QA: Cray Jumps into the Proteomics Playpen | GenomeWeb

Even as more and more bioinformaticists fondly refer to their homemade clusters as “supercomputers,” computer giant Cray is on a mission to bring real supercomputers into the market. President and CEO James Rottsolk recently identified the genomics market as a new target for his company. Cray has already tasted success here with its discovery that technology built into its supercomputers works like a charm on complex bioinformatics problems.

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