Acellera Taps Silicon Mechanics to Build Appliance for Biomolecular Simulation Software | GenomeWeb

Silicon Mechanics said this week that it has been selected by UK-based Acellera to put together its MetroCubo, an appliance that will be used to run Acellera's ACEMD biomolecular simulation software.

Silicon Mechanics said that it will responsible for assembling MetroCubo appliances at its manufacturing facility in Bothell, Wash. and shipping them to customers. The company will also provide support for the system.

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