The Human Genome Project, completed in 2003, generated new understanding about human biology and ushered in a new era of automation, discovery, and annotation of genomic information. Since that time, advances in genomic sequencing technologies have enabled new types of medically useful genome analysis, at greatly reduced costs. The next phase in genomics will be widespread adoption of sequencing as a standard part of healthcare, available to all citizens. The advancement of genomics will provide healthcare practitioners with new, more powerful diagnostic tools, allowing the promise of personalized medicine to be realized.
CODONiS is developing a highly reliable, standards-compliant platform for healthcare and life sciences computing. The CODONiS platform and related services provide optimized, high-availability data storage and computing for clinical and research customers. CODONiS works with technology and business partners to deploy purpose-built, industry-leading computing platforms and applications for next- generation, knowledge-based healthcare.