Bina Targets Whole-Genome Analysis in Hours with Hardware/Software Analysis Platform | GenomeWeb

Bina Technologies this week launched its flagship genomic analysis platform, which it says can reduce the time required to analyze a whole human genome from several days to around four hours.

The Bina Genomic Analysis Platform includes specialized hardware and software for genomic sequence data alignment and variant calling. The underlying hardware, the Bina Box, has been engineered to analyze genomes 100 times faster than other options, according to the company.

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