Buoyed by Growth of Compute Clusters, Intel and AMD Court Life Science Users | GenomeWeb

The boom in Linux clusters is quickly making high-performance computing a do-it-yourself affair, forcing chipmakers to take a more active role in keeping their customer base happy. No longer able to rely solely on hardware vendors as the middleman, Intel and Advanced Micro Devices are taking steps to deal directly with end users of their chips, and each has singled out life sciences as a key focus area in this effort.

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