Convey Computer Adds UK's TGAC to Client List | GenomeWeb

Convey Computer said this week that the UK’s Genome Analysis Center, TGAC, has purchased two Convey HC-1ex hybrid-core systems, which will be used for genomic data analysis.

The Convey infrastructure adds to an existing compute cluster at TGAC and a ccNUMA-based high performance computing environment.

Mario Caccamo, TGAC’s deputy director, explained that the center decided to purchase additional hardware to speed up its data analysis.

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