IBM partners with NASA to develop Edge Computing in space aboard the ISS

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From the earliest days of Apollo when NASA landed the first humans on the moon, IBM has had the distinct honor of playing a key role in NASA’s space exploration efforts.

Fast forward 50 years to today and IBM is still innovating in space. Through a partnership with NASA, ISS National Lab, HPE, and Red Hat, IBM has developed an edge computing and space solution that eliminates the need to move massive libraries of DNA sequencing data by providing containerized analytical code locally right on the ISS where the data originates.

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