NEW YORK, Nov 27 - Viaken Systems launched its European operations by opening an office near Cambridge in Great Chesterford, UK, the company announced Monday.

The company expects some thirty percent of its business to come from Europe where there are about 1500 pharma and biotech companies or one-third of the world's pharmaceutical and biotech industry, according to Viaken.

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