Eyeing Clinical Sequencing Market, Dell Upgrades Hardware Package for Genomic Analysis | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Dell announced this week that it has upgraded its hardware platform specifically designed for genome analysis, giving it the power to process around four times as many genomes per day as the first version. It has also cut the time taken to analyze samples at 10x coverage by 40 percent, down to 11.5 hours.

The High Performance Computing System for Genomic Data Analysis is an update to Dell's Genomic Data Analysis Platform, a preconfigured hardware platform developed with the company's partners in the genomics space.

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