Geospiza Signs OEM Agreement to Include Isilon Storage System with FinchLab Next Gen Edition | GenomeWeb
SALT LAKE CITY (GenomeWeb News) – Geospiza said today that the company has signed an original manufacturer equipment agreement with Isilon Systems to integrate Isilon’s clustered storage technology with Geospiza’s upcoming FinchLab laboratory information management system for managing data from next-generation sequencers.
 
The combined solution, which will include Isilon’s X-Series storage system as part of the FinchLab Next Gene Edition, will be available in April, Geospiza CEO Todd Smith told GenomeWeb Daily News.

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