How is new data center technology being used for life science?

New ebook examines how life science organizations are taking advantage of clustered IT infrastructure


Today more than ever, advances in health, life sciences, biotechnology, and pharmaceuticals depend on the ability to run massive computations and interpret rich data sets across powerful, clustered information technology (IT) infrastructure.

Whether pursuing basic research or targeted treatments, today’s scienti c and research teams must be equally adept in computer science and biological science. Bringing these disciplines together is enabling health and life science organizations to achieve unprecedented breakthroughs in genomics, epigenetics, bioinformatics, cell biology, immunology, neuroscience, nanomaterials, and many other health- related elds.

Our latest ebook takes a look at some of the drivers that are causing many life science organizations to upgrade their clustered IT infrastructure. Check it out.