Accelerating Genomics Research
Intel and Broad Institute collaborate on powerful & flexible data center solutions for genomics analytics.
Researchers and software engineers at the Intel-Broad Center for Genomic Data Engineering build, optimize, and widely share new tools and infrastructure that will help scientists integrate and process genomic data. The project is optimizing best practices in hardware and software for genome analytics to make it possible to combine and use research data sets that reside on private, public, and hybrid clouds. The goal is to enable researchers worldwide to generate robust results more quickly by accessing data that may have been unavailable to them before.
A mission to help researchers everywhere drive insights that ultimately improve human health.
Anthony Philippakis, M.D., Ph.D., Chief Data Officer of the Broad Institute describes the Intel-Broad collaboration.
See how Intel and the Broad Institute are helping to accelerate genomics research with OpenCL™ and FPGAs running the GATK’s HaplotypeCaller algorithm.
Learn how Intel and Broad Institute are collaborating to advance computational genomics and analytics through hardware and software solutions.
High-performance data center communication architecture for low latency, low power consumption, and high throughput.