By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – CLC Bio and Isilon Systems have partnered to offer their high-throughput sequencing analysis and storage products to life sciences customers, CLC Bio said today.

The firms plan to start the partnership by offering a bundled solution that combines the CLC Genomics Machine with Isilon IQ's NAS (network-attached storage) platform for genomics researchers. The companies also plan to offer customized setups for large scale solutions.

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