SeqWright Buys New Compute Hardware, Sequencer to Boost Productivity | GenomeWeb

This week, SeqWright announced that it has acquired a PowerWulf Grande Compute Engine from PSSC Labs as part of a broader effort to expand its next-generation sequencing and sequence data analysis capabilities.

Along these lines, the sequencing services company also announced that it purchased a second Illumina HiSeq 2000 sequencer to augment its cache of machines, which also includes Roche 454 GS FLX Titanium and Applied Biosciences' SOLiD 4 platforms.

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