Hardware Cos. See Rapid Growth, More Focus on High-End Systems | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK--Forecasting strong double-digit growth in the bioinformatics market for at least the next several years, major bioinformatics hardware suppliers are significantly ramping up efforts to improve their understanding of the field and work more closely with customers to address the challenges of bioinformatics. To get a better understanding of the hardware vendors' perspectives on the market, BioInform talked at length to representatives of several major companies that sell bioinformatics researchers everything from mainframes to desktop systems.

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