NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Annai Systems said today that it is working with Hitachi Data Systems to provide an integrated data management and analysis system that combines Hitachi's high-performance compute and cloud-based solutions and the Annai-GNOS data management software platform.

Under the terms of the agreement, Annai will offer various products and services, underpinned by the Hitachi Content Platform, that will provide cancer researchers with access to large genomic datasets in a scalable environment and enable them better use the data in their projects.

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