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Institute for Systems Biology Picks IBM

NEW YORK, June 10-IBM will provide the Institute for Systems Biology with computer infrastructure, the institute and company said in a joint statement today.


The institute will use IBM servers, storage, software and data integration products to support research into protein-protein interactions.


ISB will replace its other systems with IBM products, including a 64-node IBM eServer xSeries 1300 Cluster, which will be used to process mass spectrometry data.


The system is expected to be in place in the third quarter of 2002.


For further information, see the press release.

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