This article has been updated from a version posted Sept. 27 to include comments from a Knome early-access user.

Knome said this week that it is taking orders for a system that bundles its genome interpretation software with a compute cluster to create a "plug and play" system for whole-genome analysis.

The system, called the KnoSys 100, will begin shipping in the fourth quarter and will have a starting price of $125,000. It accepts data from Illumina, Life Technologies, and Complete Genomics sequencers.

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