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Venter Institute Taps CLC Bio for Enterprise Bioinformatics Platform

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - CLC Bio said today that the J. Craig Venter Institute has signed a multi-year site license for its full suite of bioinformatics products.
 
CLC said that JCVI will deploy its software across all of its research sites as an enterprise solution that will provide “a coherent integration layer and a standardized way of developing custom software and specialized algorithms.”
 
The client/server platform will support “all major database formats,” and will serve as a “technological gateway” for researchers to access proprietary algorithms and solutions developed at JCVI, CLC said.
 
Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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