HP Sees Recovery in Life Science Computing Market as it Claims Top Spot in HPC Sales | GenomeWeb

HP officials see some signs of recovery in the life science computing sector amid a broader trend of across-the-board growth for high-performance technical computing.

At a "chalk talk" session in New York last Friday, Ty Rabe, director of the R&D group in HP's high-performance technical computing division, said that the market for life science computing appears to be on the mend following the boom-and-bust cycle it witnessed in the early part of the decade.

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