Platform Computing Had Central Role in Decoding Human Chromosome 22 | GenomeWeb


ORONTO--Platform Computing said its LSF Suite was important in managing and optimizing more than 250 Alpha-based Compaq, Linux-based x86, SGI, and Sun Microsystems machines as well as the many software resources in the supercluster at the Sanger Centre in Cambridge, UK, that were used to decode human chromosome 22.

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