Mount Sinai Selects Avere's Networked-Attached Storage Appliance for Genome Sequencing Data | GenomeWeb

Avere Systems said this week that the Genomics Institute at Mount Sinai School of Medicine has implemented the firm's FXT Series network-attached storage appliance in a bid to reduce the time needed to process genome sequencing jobs.

Specifically, Mount Sinai implemented the FXT 2300, which is comprised of eight 146 GB 15K SAS drives and supports an application working set of 1.2 TB per appliance and up to 29 TB per cluster.

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