Viaken, InforMax Forge Alliance with Cellular Genomics to Host GenoMax Platform | GenomeWeb

Cellular Genomics of Branford, Conn., has opted to use Viaken Systems’ hosting services to support the implementation of the GenoMax software it licensed from InforMax in the first quarter of the year.

Viaken and InforMax began partnering in February 2000 to incorporate GenoMax into Viaken’s VDS 4500-BG server architecture. Keith Elliston, CEO of Viaken, said the partnership with InforMax has been “tremendous” and the two companies have signed similar deals with several other companies, including Genzyme Molecular Oncology.

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