Sun, Oracle, CGI Team to Build Bioinformatics Platform for Caprion s Proteomics Efforts | GenomeWeb

Proteomics startup Caprion Pharmaceuticals has enlisted the aid of three IT heavyweights in the development of its new bioinformatics platform. Sun Microsystems, Oracle, and CGI have agreed to collaborate on Caprion’s platform for proteomic disease modeling.

Sun and Oracle will contribute servers, storage, and infrastructure technology to the project, while CGI (Conseillers et Gastion et Informatique) will provide systems integration capability. Oracle Consulting will also design a data warehouse as part of the collaboration.

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