Case Study: Schrodinger Accelerates Pharmaceutical Breakthroughs Using Amazon Web Services

Provided by Amazon Web Services and Intel

Category Servers

Type Case Study

Length 2

Publish Date September 15 2015

Date posted December 23 2015


In 60 Minutes, Schrödinger can Test 16 Million Molecules, so Pharmaceutical Researchers can Make Breakthroughs Sooner.
Research teams can spend nearly a decade looking for new biological targets, but Schrödinger software is helping researchers drastically decrease those timelines by turning to Amazon Web Services. Without any up-front investment in infrastructure, Schrödinger leveraged software from AWS partner Cycle Computing to provision a fully secured cluster of 50,000 cores, powered by the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family. Read the case study to learn more about how Schrödinger was able to accelerate pharmaceutical breakthroughs with high performance cloud computing solutions.



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