SGI Joins Microsoft's BioIT Alliance | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — SGI today said it has joined the BioIT Alliance, the consortium of companies created by Microsoft to develop new data-management and -handling strategies in the life sciences field, including drug discovery and health care research.
SGI offers server and storage solutions for clients in a variety of industries, and makes a workflow station designed for handling life sciences data.

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