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Ryoka Will Be Japanese Distributor for Chemical Computing Group


TOYKO--Ryoka Systems has signed an agreement with Montreal-based Chemical Computing Group that gives the company exclusive Japanese distribution and marketing rights for Chemical Computing's Molecular Operating Environment (MOE) bioinformatics software. According to Chemical Computing, MOE--its flagship product--brings together both out-of-the-box applications and a flexible, embedded programming language that allows users to adapt the software to specific purposes. MOE runs on Silicon Graphics, Sun, or Windows-based hardware, with beta testing currently underway on a Macintosh version. Ryoka is a leading distributor of scientific software for the chemical, pharmaceutical, and materials industries in Japan.

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