Life sciences and bioinformatics (the interpretation of biological data using computational tools) rely on high-performance computing (HPC) to enhance the accuracy and speed of research. At the same time, the high costs of HPC hardware and the technology needed to capture, store and analyse huge amounts of research data have previously been a barrier for many in the bio-research sector. However, with the emergence of colocation data centres that are optimised for AI workloads and HPC, the industry now has cost-effective alternatives to running such applications in-house, making them more accessible, efficient and scalable.
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