Servicios

BIOINFORMATICS

ibmcp - servicio bioinformatica

Staff

Javier Forment Millet · Head of the service

Contact

jforment@ibmcp.upv.es

Description

The Bioinformatics Core Service at the IBMCP provides the necessary hardware infrastructure, computing tools and data analysis skills for the modern biological research. Main services offered are data analysis and storage, including Big Data collected from high-throughput techniques, and development of specific websites and web-accesible databases. The Core also assists researchers in their project funding requests, and in the planning of experiments for a proper bioinformatics analysis.

Equipment

 

- Bull NovaScale R440 server, with 2 dual-core Intel Xeon 2 GHz processors, 4 GB RAM, and a SAS storing systemt, for databases and websites hosting, and backups storing.

 

- PCs cluster with 25 computing nodes, for distributed computing and user services:

    - 2 nodes, each with 2 quadcore Intel Xeon 2.0 GHz processors, 32 GB RAM, and 160 GB disk capacity

    - 4 nodes, each with 2 quadcore Intel Xeon 2.0 GHz processors, 24 GB RAM, and 160 GB disk capacity,

    - 2 nodes, each with 2 quadcore Intel Xeon 2.0 GHz processors, 16 GB RAM, and 160 GB disk capacity

    - 4 nodes, each with 2 quadcore Intel Xeon 2.0 GHz processors, 8 GB RAM, and 160 GB disk capacity

    - 8 nodes, each with 4 dual-core Intel Xeon 2.66 GHz processors, 2 GB RAM, and 80 GB disk capacity

    - 5 nodes, each with 2 PentiumIII 1 GHz processors, 1.5 GB RAM, and 40 GB disk capacity

 

- IBM OpenPower720 server, with 4 dual-core Power5 1.8 GHz processors, 8 GB RAM, for intensive computing and backups storing.