IBM Takes Stake in LabBook; Companies to Integrate Data Management Technology | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 11 - IBM has taken an equity stake in LabBook as part of a strategic alliance to combine LabBook's desktop information retrieval, integration, mining, and visualization software with IBM's back-end data management, data integration, and Internet infrastructure software, the companies said Wednesday.  

Financial terms of the agreement and the size of the equity stake were not disclosed. 

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