Based on what we heard at Supercomputing last month, it’s clear that bio IT research is on the fast track and in search of more robust compute power.
In the above video, Michael J. Riener, Jr., president of RCH Solutions, talks about dynamic changes coming to the bio IT world in the next 24 months. He says that shrinking budgets in research and development means that more cloud applications and service models will be implemented. When it comes to big data, next generation sequencing will heighten the need to analyze data, determine what data to keep and what to discard, and how to process it.
Watch the clip and let us know what questions you have. What changes do you want to see in bio IT research?