An Infrastructure to Meet Today’s Life Sciences Research Requirements
Headquartered in Boston, Terascala is the fast data company. Terascala storage appliances dramatically accelerate the time to insight for organizations that rely on simulation, analysis, and modeling tools to bring new products and innovation to market. Exclusively available through strategic partners Dell and NetApp, Terascala storage appliances provide on-demand throughput at multiple gigabytes per second while leveraging industry-leading storage platforms for long-term data protection. Learn more at www.terascala.com
Enabling Data Transfer Management and Sharing in the Era of Genomic Medicine
As the quantity of genomic data continues to increase, so does the desire to access, analyze and share these data. The tools to facilitate large scale data management either do not exist, or are “home brew” solutions that take a great deal of effort and funding to create. Annai Systems offers the only comprehensive solution for “big data” management in genomics-based research and personalized medicine. Here, we describe our product suite and its application to overcoming the many challenges producers and consumers of genomic data face.
From Convergence Vision to Reality
Technology convergence is the engine for the next generation of eClinical platforms. What’s needed is a unifying architecture that blurs lines between applications, enriches the user experience, and integrates easily with external tools and partners. Perceptive Informatics’ MyTrials eClinical platform – built upon best-of-breed technology – accomplishes these goals. Whether used on its own or in a mixed environment with client technology, MyTrials delivers the scientific and business benefits of convergence today. Learn more about the foundational technology underpinning MyTrials and the benefits MyTrials delivers.
Enterprise Informatics: Key to Precision Medicine, Scientific Breakthroughs, and Competitive Advantage
In recent decades, finance, retail, and other industries have revolutionized the way they do business by taking advantage of the transformative power of aggregated data and implementing large-scale automation. Meanwhile, the healthcare industry has lagged behind. Why? And when will healthcare finally be able to make progress on an equally game-changing level?
NOW, answers this Remedy Informatics white paper, which explains how recent technological advances allow healthcare delivery and life sciences research organizations to leverage their data in powerful new ways. Optimal use of these innovations will result in better decisions, faster discovery, greater productivity, and higher-quality patient care and outcomes enterprise-wide.
SLIPSTREAM APPLIANCE: NGS EDITION
MIT’s Ed DeLong Sifts Microbial Treasure Troves Using SlipStream
As the adoption of NGS increases, more users are evaluating what type of infrastructure to use to manage their data. With the varying levels of throughput, size of labs, and complexities of data analysis, there is no one-size-fits-all solution for managing NGS data. BioTeam has designed and implemented many different types of systems to help researchers leverage NGS over the years. More recently we have rolled all of our best-practices into the SlipStream Appliance which is targeted towards labs with who want a flexible, powerful system without a lot of IT overhead.
One of our early development partners, Ed DeLong at MIT, is a prominent metagenomics researcher and manages the NGS data from his MiSeq on the SlipStream Appliance using MiniLIMS. They install a variety of metagenomics analysis tools on the appliance as needed. They are just starting to use Galaxy on the SlipStream Appliance for analyzing their data.
He describes his research and experience with SlipStream in this SlipStream Appliance customer profile.
Next-Generation Sequencing Survey
In October 2013, Bio-IT World conducted a survey within the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sector on Next Generation Sequencing. The purpose of the study was to explore Next Generation Sequencing platforms, software, cloud technologies and the challenges faced by those in the industry. Download the results here!
2013 Annual Life Sciences IT Survey
This exclusive survey is the first in an annual series of reports in which we will diagnose key trends in the life sciences IT space by interviewing key opinion leaders in the industry.
Clinical Trial Management Systems Survey
In January 2013, Clinical Informatics News and BioClinica conducted a survey within the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sector on Clinical Trial Management Systems. The purpose of the study was to determine how clinical trial management systems are used, what types, and for which purposes as well as the processes used within the organizations of the respondents.
High Performance Computing Usage and Buying Survey
Conducted September 2011
The purpose of the study was to determine present and planned usage, and purchasing insight into high-performance computing (HPC) products (servers, storage, software, computing infrastructure) used in driving scientific work related to drug discovery, development and clinical trials.
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