HP Partners with Malaysian Bioinformatics Startup

The Star, a Malaysian newspaper, reported last week that Hewlett-Packard Sales Malaysia is partnering with bioinformatics startup Synamatix on a combined software and hardware solution for genetic data management.

Under the partnership, Synamatix will release its Linux-based genetic sequence database solution SynaSuite on Intel Itanium 2-based servers from HP.

According to the report, SynaSuite will be available in the Malaysian market by early next year.


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