NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Waters today announced a partnership with Agilent Technologies, under which the firms will exchange instrument controls, formalizing a partnership to improve productivity for customers who own software and instruments from both firms.

The agreement replaces earlier provisions, under which Agilent implemented control of Waters' instruments in its OpenLab chromatography data system, and Waters implemented control of Agilent liquid chromatography instruments in its Empower software.

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