The core maintains access to several computer resources for bioinformatic analysis:
- HCI-BIOs hci-bio2.hci.utah.edu (32G, 16 cores, Illumina Pipeline processing), hci-bio3.hci.utah.edu (16G, 2 core, virtual disk server), biofile.hci.utah.edu (36G, 2 core, disk mounts), bioserver.hci.utah.edu (16G, 4 core, web server), hci-moab.hci.utah.edu (64G, 8 core, general purpose), hci-alta.hci.utah.edu (64G, 8 core, general purpose), hci-zion.hci.utah.edu (64G, 8 core, general purpose) - an expanding group of 64-bit Linux servers linked by a shared NFS file system
- CHPC Ember cluster - a 15 node/ 156 core cluster was purchased by the core and is hosted by the Center for High Performance Computing. Access to this resource is brokered by the core's Tomato framework.
- Data storage - In addition to ~12 TB of fast disk attached to the linux servers, two Promise Arrays containing 168 TB RAID 5 storage disk are used to contain the output from the Illumina sequencers and data analysis. Automatic daily incremental and monthly full backups are made to tape storage.