NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – IBM and CLC Bio announced today that they will offer a trunkey next-generation sequencing data analytics solution that combines their respective products.

The offering will combine IBM hardware, including its System x 3550 M4 rack servers, CLC's Genomics Server software for large-scale genomics sequencing data analysis, and CLC's Genomics Workbench for analyzing, comparing, and visualizing high-throughput sequencing data.

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