TimeLogic and Southwest Parallel Sign Deal; Novartis Ag Buys Server Farm | GenomeWeb

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev.--TimeLogic and Southwest Parallel Software of Albuquerque, NM, plan to announce a distribution and development agreement in which TimeLogic will get exclusive rights to market Windows NT and hardware accelerated versions of Southwest's optimized Phrap. The announcement is scheduled to take place at the 11th International Genomic Sequencing and Analysis Conference, later this month. At the conference, TimeLogic plans to demonstrate Southwest's Phrap running on TimeLogic's DeCypher hardware accelerated genomic analysis server farm.

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