PSSC Labs Looks to Expand its Reach in the Life Sciences Market with New Hardware Release | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

At the annual Bio-IT World conference slated to begin next week in Boston, hardware firm PSSC Labs plans to present the Powerserve Quattro I/A 4000, a supercomputer designed for life sciences researchers.

The Lake Forest, Calif.-based company said it designed its new application server to meet the demands of genome sequencing.

Priced at $14,995, the computer can be configured with up to 48 processor cores, 1 terabyte of memory, and 30 TB of storage space.

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