Bundled Ultra-Rapid Solution for Clinical Genomics and Research
The DRAGEN Platform and Dell EMC Isilon storage bundle offers a pre-configured, out-of-the-box solution for ultra-rapid analysis and hyper-efficient storage of NGS data.
Fast Analysis – Fast Storage
Increasing analytics performance is one part of the equation; providing and absorbing the tremendous amounts of data consumed and generated is another. The Edico-Dell EMC joint solution provides the performance, scalability, and functionality required by the Edico-accelerated workflow. Dell EMC Isilon Scale-Out NAS provides a highly available and reliable file system for Life Sciences applications and workflows. Isilon’s storage architecture automatically aligns application needs with performance, capacity, and economics. As performance and capacity demands increase, both can be scaled simply and non-disruptively, allowing sequencing applications and users to continue working.
The Isilon single volume storage solution consolidates large, semi-structured file-based data workflows into a single system that supports Edico’s multiple DRAGEN pipeline workflows. DRAGEN’s variety of input formats and industry standard output formats are supported by Isilon’s single storage system simplifies integration, and is transparent to users. Isilon’s interface flexibility is supported by multiple protocols, such as SMB, NFS, Swift, and HDFS to support a wide variety of genomics technologies, user access methods, and analysis environments.
DRAGEN and Isilon for NGS Data Analysis and Storage
DRAGEN Just-In-Time Compression Technology
Dell EMC Enables Life Sciences Workflows
Dell EMC is a global leader and trusted partner in Life Science solutions. We deliver powerful yet versatile compute and storage products for healthcare and life science organizations that want to efficiently manage clinical and genomics data. Dell EMC solutions are simple to install, manage and scale, at any size, across the R&D data life-cycle. Dell EMC actively participates in industry organizations such as the Global Alliance For Genomics and Healthcare (GA4GH) and the IRODS Consortium with an aim eliminate the complexities of storage so life scientists can focus on research.