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(VIDEO) How Memory-Driven Computing is turbocharging genomics data science

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By Curt Hopkins, Managing Editor, Hewlett Packard Labs

In this interview at HPE Discover, Kirk Bresniker, Hewlett Packard Labs' chief architect and HPE Fellow, and Jungla’s co-founder and CEO Carlos Araya spoke with Daisy McAndrews about the use of Memory-Driven Computing in genomic data science and how it is helping to increase both the speed and accuracy of the research.  

HPE’s Memory-Driven Computing is being used by Jungla to accelerate a clearer understanding of the correlation between genetic mutation and disease.

Traditional computational systems were more an obstacle than an avenue to that understanding, given how Jungla researchers analyzing patterns manually. Hear from Carlos Araya and Kirk Bresniker on how Memory-Driven Computing reduces the risk of human error and dramatically speeds time to results to help save lives.


Read more on the HPE/Jungla partnership here.

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Managing Editor, Hewlett Packard Labs