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With worldwide sequencing capacity approaching 13 quadrillion DNA bases annually turning genomics data into knowledge is a true computational challenge. Read this paper and learn how the SGI UV coherent shared memory platform can:
• Speed results time while cost competitively tackling the most difficult computational problems across all omics disciplines.
• Push performance by scaling to extraordinary levels, up to 256 sockets (2,048 cores, 4,096 threads) per single system (one OS image).
Provide support for up to 64TB of coherent shared memory in a single system image enabling extreme efficiency across a wide range of compute demands.
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