Question: How much data can a Xenium Analyzer store?
Answer: The Xenium Analysis Computer has a storage capacity of 8 TB NVMe. This capacity is adequate for storing analysis results from more than 50 Xenium Analyzer runs, assuming that the data is acquired across the full imaging area of two Xenium slides for hundreds of RNA targets. If you consider only the final output files, then most slides should be <100 Gb. Because each Xenium run can have 2 slides, then the final output from one run should be <200 Gb. For reference, the output files for the hBreast data at https://www.10xgenomics.com/products/xenium-in-situ/preview-dataset-human-breast add up to <18 Gb. If there isn't enough free space on the drive the instrument will prompt users to free up more space.
Products: Xenium Analyzer, Xenium In Situ Gene Expression