Cloud version of GENALICE DNA analysis solution released on Amazon
Biomedical big data company GENALICE has added a cloud solution to its on-premise solution, the GENALICE VAULT, via Amazon Web Services (AWS). It is said to include the same functionality, accuracy, speed and footprint reduction as the GENALICE VAULT.
The products are deployment options of GENALICE MAP, the company’s next-generation sequencing (NGS) data processing software. The software is said to process genomics data up to 100-fold faster than conventional tools and produce improve quality outcome data, while radically reducing the storage requirements.
GENALICE CEO Hans Karten stated: “More and more genomics data is being stored in the cloud. To facilitate companies and institutes adopting cloud storage, we have developed an AWS implementation of our product. The beauty of a pure software solution is the opportunity to install it in every hardware environment with the right specifications.”
Chief business officer Jos Lunenberg added that the company is offering users the chance to test-drive the data processing software for free. He said users can simply register online, sign the validation agreement and start testing.
“For the first 25 centres who sign up, we will provide a full month of unlimited testing,” Lunenberg added.
For more information and to sign up for a free test-drive, visit http://www.genalice.com/genalice-map-aws/.
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