Genomics tools are driving progress in precision medicine. These tools, such as next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies, allow for large amounts of data to be collected and analyzed per person. However, storing the exponentially increasing amounts of data remains a simple yet difficult problem to manage.
“To keep pace with data growth and support concurrent sequencing workflows, pharma and biotech research firms are upgrading their IT infrastructures to deliver a quantum leap in speed, scale, and agility.” Read more here.
(Health IT Analytics, 2/1/21)