Evolving Considerations for Data Storage
in Life Sciences

Life science teams often require substantial high-performance computing (HPC) resources to process and analyze data created by new instruments and techniques.

Now, many organizations need to bolster their storage environment. They need solutions that allow them to ingest a large amount of raw data from instruments, present data for analyses, preserve all data for the long term and ensure that data remains readily accessible by collaborative research teams. These IT solutions should not be overly complicated to manage: scientists should remain focused on their scientific research, not IT.


  • Emerging IT challenges that threaten scientific research
  • How to determine what your organization needs in a storage solution
  • Real-world examples of how to address life science storage challenges
  • How to optimize your storage with Quantum Xcellis Scale-out NAS