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Complete Genomics Chooses Isilon IQ to Power World's First Complete Human Genome Sequencing Service
Date:11/3/2008

Pioneer in DNA Sequencing Deploys Clustered Storage to Help Redefine the

Economics of Large-Scale Sequencing

SEATTLE, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Isilon(R) Systems (Nasdaq: ISLN), the leader in clustered storage, today announced that Complete Genomics, the world's first provider of large-scale human genome sequencing services, has deployed more than 700 Terabytes of Isilon IQ clustered storage to unify its vast stores of mission-critical genetic data and help power its groundbreaking DNA sequencing pipeline. With Isilon IQ, Complete Genomics has accelerated its research and development operations -- including DNA sequencing, software development and large-scale bioinformatics simulations -- while eliminating the requirement for a full-time storage administrator. Additionally, Isilon IQ, featuring its OneFS(R) operating system software, provides Complete Genomics' massive Linux clustered compute farm with a centralized, near-line storage archive for immediate and reliable access to its DNA sequencing data.

"By mid-2009, we will deliver a $5000 genome, dramatically lowering the cost of complete genome sequencing, and providing this powerful genetic information to a much larger constituency of researchers, scientists and life sciences organizations for use in solving some of our greatest medical challenges," said Bruce Martin, Vice President of Software, Complete Genomics. "However, such a feat requires enormous amounts of genetic data to be accessed, analyzed and stored on an around-the-clock basis, making a highly scalable, high-performance and easy to use storage solution critical to our workflow. With Isilon IQ, we have unified our data onto a single, pay-as-you-grow storage repository to support our staggering data growth without requiring a full-time storage administrator."

Complete Genomics will offer large-scale, affordable human genome sequencing services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as wel
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