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INRA-MetaGenoPolis développe la métagénomique avec ParStream
Date:12/4/2013

découlent des milliards d'informations sur les bactéries associées aux humains mais aussi à d'autres environnements.

Cette approche dite "big data" de l'univers bactérien nécessite un outillage adapté et supporté par des matériels informatiques courants, standard et de grande série, en raison des volumes massifs de données. Essentiellement, ParStream- un produit Européen- est la seule solution logicielle qui peut tirer partie d'architectures hautement parallèles telles que les GPU en traitant l'information en mode compressé. Ceci permet des opérations avec une empreinte en ressources réduite et une grande efficacité énergétique.

«Nous avons besoin d'un outil qui puisse traiter techniquement ces volumes tout en nous laissant libres de nos choix matériels et de leur évolution» explique Jean-Michel Batto, leader technique pour MetaGenoPolis, ajoutant, «Nos traitements sont intensifs en calcul, donc le fait que ParStream puisse exploiter des architectures matérielles denses telles que les GPU a été déterminant. De plus, il était impératif que l'outil réponde aux standards, qu'il soit économe en ressources et qu'il nous permette de rester focalisés sur nos recherches».

«Nous sommes très heureux d'être associés à cette équipe de très haut niveau» déclare Mike Hummel, CEO de ParStream, poursuivant, «Les capacités de notre plateforme vont permettre à la fois une simplification des traitements tout en améliorant les performances». Peter Livaudais, Sr. Directeur Solutions ajoute «Cette application marque une tendance perceptible à la mise en place d'approches industrielles en ce qui concerne les innovations de type
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