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  • Blog Post: What’s next in research computing? Good things come in converged packages

    Collaboration and accessibility are the new drivers of research computing. Historically, supercomputing was driven by very large systems running relatively limited sets of research queries. However, researchers at leading research institutions around the world tell us it’s not how big the super...
  • Blog Post: Powering the Possible for Pediatric Cancer - NMTRC Symposium Recap

    Late last year, Dell launched its first Children’s Cancer Care Program as part of our commitment to Powering the Possible. Through a groundbreaking collaboration with the Translational Genomics Research Institute ( TGen ) and the Neuroblastoma and Mudulablastoma Translational Research Consortium...
  • Blog Post: Dell HPC systems power TGen’s fight against pediatric cancer

    Editor's Note: Below is a guest blog post from James Lowey, the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) Director of High-Performance Biocomputing. You can read James' full bio here , and here's his guest post. ---------- What a huge difference a year makes. Exactly a year...
  • Blog Post: Three Healthcare IT Trends for 2013

    This post takes a look at three key trends Dell is keeping an eye on in 2013. Increased mobility for clinicians, with an extra helping of security Providers will have to get serious about security in 2013, especially with strengthened HIPAA rules now in effect and the Office for Civil Rights increasing...
  • Blog Post: The Challenges and Opportunities for Genomics in Healthcare

    When researchers set out more than two decades ago to map the human genome, they couldn’t possibly imagine all of the challenges that would come with such opportunity. As is often the case with scientific breakthroughs, the areas of technology, policy and ethics are still trying to catch up. We...
  • Blog Post: Innovation for Pediatric Cancer

    Dell announced a major commitment of funding, employee engagement and cloud computing technology to support pediatric cancer research programs globally, including the world’s first personalized medicine trial for pediatric cancer conducted by the Neuroblastoma and Medulloblastoma Translational...