SGI Sows Incyte’s Linux Farm

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While Incyte continues to reap a rich genomic harvest from its Linux farm, SGI has recently begun replanting copies of the Incyte Linux cluster in large companies around the world.

In late November, SGI announced that it had installed the first Linux cluster, along with its SGI Origin 2000 server, at Bristol-Myers Squibb. The pharmaceutical giant says it will use the system for gene and protein sequence analysis, transcriptional profiling, and proteomics.

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