To enhance drug therapy development, speed time to market, and maintain compliance, companies operating in the life sciences industry are actively improving their business processes. The digital transformation occurring in the industry will affect multiple functional areas, including commercial, clinical, regulatory, and quality.
Across all functional areas and sectors, life sciences organizations can benefit from using Singularity containers to develop, test, run, and distribute their applications. Offering a revolutionary approach to containers, Singularity can help life sciences organizations:
- Develop immunotherapies in a 100% secure computing environment.
- Expand the use of AI during the drug development process.
- Meet regulatory requirements for patient privacy.
- Leverage the cloud in their IT strategies.
- Speed research and development of new drug therapies.
Discovering, developing, producing, and marketing drugs or pharmaceuticals for use as medications requires an increasingly large amount of compute resources. Each job and activity must be processed and stored to ensure not only successful results, but also regulatory compliance. Adding to the challenge is processing tests results at an ever-faster rate in an effort to deliver new medications to market faster. Traditional compute scenarios fail to meet these very high demands. For a growing number of research facilities, Singularity provides the high-performance, highly efficient platform researchers need to support the wide variety of jobs they run—using a single system.
As biomedical researchers search for new treatments for human illnesses, they face the daunting task of finding the keys to the cures within petabytes of data. Obviously, this is an impossible task for any human to complete, so artificial intelligence technologies are now employed to enhance the process. Currently the de facto standard at research facilities around the world, the Singularity container platform delivers the high levels of performance, portability, and security required to support not only AI but also machine learning and deep learning, all delivered by a single easy-to-use system.
Digital transformation is affecting every industry, including healthcare. Electronic health records (EHRs) are a prime example of the healthcare industry’s migration to the digital world. With this migration comes a tsunami of patient data—which has created an all-new set of challenges for healthcare providers. Patient data must now be shared between facilities and caregivers. While moving the data, regulatory mandates for security and privacy must be met. Traditional compute platforms fail to provide the high levels of performance, portability, and security required to meet all these requirements. Singularity, however, is specifically designed for them.