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We'll disscuss how GPUs are playing a central role in making advances in Ion Torrent's targeted sequencing workflow and talk about the S5 DNA sequencer from Ion Torrent that is enabling democratization of sequencing market and accelerating research in precision medicine at a breathtaking pace with the help of GPUs. We'll highlight our work in liquid biopsy and non-invasive prenatal testing and how the breadth in technology offerings in semiconductor chips gives us the scale of sequencing from small panels to exomes. We'll discuss our analysis pipeline and the latest and greatest in algorithm development and acceleration on GPUs as well as our experiences ranging from Fermi to Pascal GPU architectures. 

We'll disscuss how GPUs are playing a central role in making advances in Ion Torrent's targeted sequencing workflow and talk about the S5 DNA sequencer from Ion Torrent that is enabling democratization of sequencing market and accelerating research in precision medicine at a breathtaking pace with the help of GPUs. We'll highlight our work in liquid biopsy and non-invasive prenatal testing and how the breadth in technology offerings in semiconductor chips gives us the scale of sequencing from small panels to exomes. We'll discuss our analysis pipeline and the latest and greatest in algorithm development and acceleration on GPUs as well as our experiences ranging from Fermi to Pascal GPU architectures. 

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Topics:
AI in Healthcare, Genomics & Bioinformatics
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2018
Session ID:
S8419
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Learn how GPUs have accelerated the pace of research in targeted DNA sequencing by providing quick turnaround time in data analysis of terabytes of raw data generated by Ion Torrent DNA sequencers, like S5XL, in a matter of hours. We'll showcase our complete signal processing pipeline running on GPUs and share our results with lessons learnt in developing CUDA code for Kepler and Maxwell architectures. We'll share our experiences with using CUDA Multi Process Service (MPS). We'll touch upon several examples in areas of clinical research, drug discovery, and human identification that have got a tremendous boost from the speed of our technology propelled by GPUs.
Learn how GPUs have accelerated the pace of research in targeted DNA sequencing by providing quick turnaround time in data analysis of terabytes of raw data generated by Ion Torrent DNA sequencers, like S5XL, in a matter of hours. We'll showcase our complete signal processing pipeline running on GPUs and share our results with lessons learnt in developing CUDA code for Kepler and Maxwell architectures. We'll share our experiences with using CUDA Multi Process Service (MPS). We'll touch upon several examples in areas of clinical research, drug discovery, and human identification that have got a tremendous boost from the speed of our technology propelled by GPUs.  Back
 
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Computational Biology & Chemistry, Press-Suggested Sessions: HPC & Science
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2016
Session ID:
S6468
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Learn how GPU's are playing a central role in conquering compute challenges posed by current and next generation of Ion Torrent DNA sequencing chips in Ion Proton DNA sequencer. We will showcase our complete signal processing pipeline running on GPU and the journey in developing CUDA code for data fitting algorithms targeted at different GPU architectures like Fermi, Keplar and Maxwell. We will also share our evaluation of NVIDIA's aligner nvBowtie and how it stands in terms of speed and accuracy of alignments. We will touch upon several examples in the life sciences field that concern with performing cutting edge research in clinical diagnostics, drug discovery and human identification whose work is rapidly accelerated by turnaround time of our technology powered by GPU's.
Learn how GPU's are playing a central role in conquering compute challenges posed by current and next generation of Ion Torrent DNA sequencing chips in Ion Proton DNA sequencer. We will showcase our complete signal processing pipeline running on GPU and the journey in developing CUDA code for data fitting algorithms targeted at different GPU architectures like Fermi, Keplar and Maxwell. We will also share our evaluation of NVIDIA's aligner nvBowtie and how it stands in terms of speed and accuracy of alignments. We will touch upon several examples in the life sciences field that concern with performing cutting edge research in clinical diagnostics, drug discovery and human identification whose work is rapidly accelerated by turnaround time of our technology powered by GPU's.  Back
 
Topics:
Life & Material Science
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2015
Session ID:
S5216
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Learn how GPUs are enabling whole genome sequencing by accelerating primary data analysis pipeline of benchtop Ion Proton sequencer. Leveraging the compute power of GPUs to process the high-throughput data generated by this sequencer for a fast, scalable and cost-effective desktop compute solution to democratize DNA sequencing and accelerate the path towards personalized medicine. In this talk, the implementation of data fitting algorithms on the GPU and a streaming execution model to overlap data transfer and kernel execution for this high throughput system will be dicussed. Explained will be how changing the algorithms to suit the GPU compute model while still maintaining quality of the results. 

Learn how GPUs are enabling whole genome sequencing by accelerating primary data analysis pipeline of benchtop Ion Proton sequencer. Leveraging the compute power of GPUs to process the high-throughput data generated by this sequencer for a fast, scalable and cost-effective desktop compute solution to democratize DNA sequencing and accelerate the path towards personalized medicine. In this talk, the implementation of data fitting algorithms on the GPU and a streaming execution model to overlap data transfer and kernel execution for this high throughput system will be dicussed. Explained will be how changing the algorithms to suit the GPU compute model while still maintaining quality of the results. 

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Topics:
Genomics & Bioinformatics, Developer - Algorithms
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2013
Session ID:
S3229
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We have adopted solutions to provide fast analysis results to our customers by accelerating our signal processing pipeline using Tesla C2050 GPU. This poster presents a high level view of GPU application to our processing pipeline.
We have adopted solutions to provide fast analysis results to our customers by accelerating our signal processing pipeline using Tesla C2050 GPU. This poster presents a high level view of GPU application to our processing pipeline.  Back
 
Topics:
Life & Material Science
Type:
Poster
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2012
Session ID:
P2398
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