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Linux Networx Asia, DigiGenomics Target Taiwan Cluster Sales

NEW YORK, Feb. 26 -- Linux Networx Asia today announced a distribution agreement with DigiGenomics, a Taiwan bioinformatics firm.


DigiGenomics will sell Linux Networx Evolocity clusters in Taiwan and Hong Kong, extending a distribution and service collaboration between the two companies.


Linux Networx is a Sandy, Utah, company that produces Linux-based computer clusters. Three-year-old DigiGenomics, in addition to reselling computing products, also provides genomics and proteomics services, targeting the Asian pharmaceutical market.



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