GeneProt Employs Compaq Server Farm To Power Large-Scale Proteomics Facility | GenomeWeb

GeneProt said the large-scale proteomics discovery center it opened last week in Geneva, Switzerland, is supported by the world’s most powerful commercial supercomputer.

“No one in the life sciences has more computing power than GeneProt,” said a company spokesman.

The new center will run 20 hours a day and will use 1,420 Compaq Alpha-based Tru64 Unix computer processors along with Compaq software and StorageWorks systems to capture, store, and analyze the terabytes of data generated by 51 Bruker Daltonics mass spectrometers.

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