Silicon Mechanics Touts Collaboration as Differentiator for its Hardware in Life Sciences Market | GenomeWeb

BOSTON ― Seeking to woo customers in the life sciences market, IT firm Silicon Mechanics showcased its zStax StorCore 104 enterprise software-defined storage solution at the Bio-IT World conference held here this week.

The systems integration company offers rackmount server, storage, and high-performance computing products that it uses to build custom systems for clients in academia, industry, and government.

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