IBM Pushes Ahead with Genomics Collaborations | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, June 5 - Apparently moving forward in its pledge to become a formidable player in the genomics marketplace, IBM unveiled a new supercomputer built for NuTec Sciences Tuesday, along with a 64-bit Java application for Micromass' ProteinLynx Global Server.

 

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