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Naver Cloud becomes first S. Korean cloud service provider to develop gene analysis platform
Naver Cloud became the first South Korean cloud service provider to develop a gene data analysis platform.
The newly-developed Nvidia Clara Parabricks on the platform of Naver Cloud, an affiliate of South Korea’s leading internet portal operator Naver Corp., is the combination of the Naver Cloud server with US graphics chip giant Nvidia Corp.’s Clara Parabricks software suite.
Clara Parabricks is a system that uses huge graphic processing units to interpret gene data.
Naver Cloud plans to launch the Genome Analysis All-in-One Integrated Platform in its marketplace in the first half of this year, in conjunction with local personal genomics business ichrogene.
Beginning with the cooperation with Nvidia and ichrogene, Naver Cloud will continue to expand its presence in the gene analysis market, according to the company’s executive director, Han Sang-young.