Illumina Launches Free Cloud-Based Analysis for MiSeq, Will Extend it to HiSeq, Other Platforms | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

Illumina this week introduced a cloud-based analysis environment for its MiSeq personal sequencer system and said it plans eventually to extend to its high-throughput HiSeq sequencer and its other genomic analysis platforms.

The offering, called BaseSpace, is built on the Amazon Web Services platform and will provide free data-management, archiving, analysis, and storage tools for MiSeq users.

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