NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The Translational Genomics Research Institute has bought an SGI computers for use in its lab in Tempe, Ariz., located on the campus of Arizona State University, SGI said today.
 
SGI said the Altix 4700 system is supported by ASU’s Fulton High Performance Computing Initiative.
 
The company said the Altix has half a terabyte of shared memory, which the institute will use to search across multiple chromosomes in studies, “without having to break the problems into smaller pieces.”

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