PSSC Labs Partners with Biosoft Integrators to Debut Specialized Genetic Research Cluster at ASHG 2017

October 11, 2017

LAKE FOREST, Calif., Oct. 11, 2017 — PSSC Labs, a developer of custom High-Performance Computing (HPC) and Big Data computing solutions, today announced it will be showcasing its PowerWulf Bio Titanium Cluster at ASHG 2017. PSSC Labs will be on the main exhibition floor at booth #830.

The American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) the primary professional membership organization for human genetics specialists worldwide. With nearly 8,000 members, the ASHG gathers researchers, academicians, clinicians, laboratory practice professionals, genetic counselors, and others who have a special interest in the field of human genetics. Their annual meeting, attended by over 6,000 people yearly, advances genetic research and education as well as attracting displays of cutting edge service and support for the genetic research community.

PSSC Labs has partnered with Biosoft Integrators (BSI) to create a superior, complete turn-key hardware and software platform designed specifically for genetic research, which it will debut at this year’s ASHG meeting. The PowerWulf Bio Titanium Cluster is a plug-and-play supercomputing solution proven compatible with all leading sequencing platforms.

Biosoft Integrators (BSI) works with researchers around the world to integrate laboratory technology platforms. With extensive experience in laboratory settings, BSI provides researchers with greater efficiency and management by providing tools which unify the laboratory and laboratory informatics, eliminating the need to manually communicate work and data between different software and equipment. Combine their deep research knowledge with PSSC’s superior customizable hardware, the resulting PowerWulf Bio Titanium Cluster provides an unprecedented level of integration and support. With a fully customizable suite of hardware and software, and available onsite installation and training, it is the simplest way for research scientist to set up or expand their research computing ability.

“Our partnership with PSSC Labs over the last 6 years has allowed us to provide the fastest and most reliable computing solutions to our customers across the globe,” said Stu Shannon Co- Founder and COO of BSI. “PSSC’s expertise in High Performance Computing components and server architecture allowed us to configure a best in class turn-key solution for our worldwide customer base to support rapid time to answer, high availability and complete customer satisfaction.”

Every PowerWulf Bio Titanium Cluster includes a three-year unlimited phone / email support package (additional year support available) with all support provided by a US based team of experienced engineers. For more information https://www.pssclabs.com/solutions/hpc-cluster/

About Biosoft Integrators

Biosoft Integrators (BSI) works with researchers around the world to integrate laboratory technology platforms. Founded by Henry Marentes and Stu Shannon who between them have over 40 years in the fields of software, hardware and laboratory integration, BSI has a full range of solutions and services to meet the needs of your research lab or manufacturing facility. BSI’s HPC systems, laboratory information management systems, and analysis tools allow today’s lab to quickly move into the world of NGS.

About PSSC Labs

PSSC Labs offers hand-crafted HPC and Big Data computing solutions that deliver performance with low total cost of ownership.  All products are designed and built at the company’s headquarters in Lake Forest, California. For more information, 949-380-7288www.pssclabs.comsales@pssclabs.com.


Source: PSSC Labs

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