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BAE Systems Advanced Technology Centre (ATC) has further embraced Allinea Software’s tools for their software teams developing applications for the company’s High Performance Computing clusters by adopting Allinea MAP, the scalable performance profiler, to help them speed up their applications
Providing simulation and optimisation software to the process industries, ProSim has released a new version of its software for batch chemical reactors simulation, BatchReactor
Premier Biosoft International has released Beacon Designer version 7.7, featuring design support for high resolution melting analysis (HRMA) primers
The digital design folder created with Nemetschek Allplan’s BIM software encompasses all the elements of a building project clearly and compactly in a single file, the company says
Bio-Rad Laboratories has released Bio-Rad CFX96, which is a real-time PCR detection system.
IDBS has launched the BioBook, allows research biologist to manage the entire lifecycle of complex biological experiments and studies from set-up and data capture to publication.
IDBS has launched the BioBook, designed to meet the specific needs of research biology. BioBook brings the full benefits of electronic experiment and data management to this previously neglected area.
Neural ID, which provides biosignal analytics for the pharmaceutical industry, has teamed up with IDBS
The MathWorks has introduced a new version of the Bioinformatics Toolbox for Matlab. Version 3.0 includes improved functions for the analysis and visualisation of data from microarrays and mass spectrometers.
Genedata, a provider of advanced software solutions for drug discovery and life sciences research, has announced the release of Genedata Biologics 3.0
GenoLogics is developing an integrated suite of biorepository and biomedical informatics products.
The Technology Research for Independent Living (TRIL) Centre has released the BioMOBIUS Research Platform.
Dotmatics has released Bioregister, a biological registration system designed in collaboration with pharma and biotech organisations
Scientists at Royal Holloway, University of London, have developed BioSynLab, a software tool for the analysis of large metabolic datasets that reduces dramatically the time required for the analysis
Biotracker from Ocimum Solutions is an effective tool for improving laboratory performance by allowing effective networking of labs starting from inventory samples to experiment and personnel management.
Thermo Electron has extended its protein identification software package with BioWorks 3.3, which enables automated quantitative analysis of iTRAQ, SILAC and ICAT labelled samples, as well as label-free quantitation techniques.
Biomax Informatics has released version 4.0 of BioXM, its enterprise platform for semantic data integration and knowledge management
Colfax International, a provider of hardware and software for high-performance computing, has added Blade Network Technologies' 1-10 Gigabit Ethernet RackSwitch product family to its product portfolio
Luxtera has introduced its low-power 40G active optical cable (AOC), Blazar, which saves more than 30 per cent in energy consumption when compared to competing products, improving data centre power consumption and thermal efficiency
Cresset, a provider of chemistry software and services, has released the GPU version of Blaze, the leading virtual screening platform
Blaze Systems has released version 5.5 of its BlazeInventory product for managing and tracking laboratory materials including samples, reagents, standards, parts, and consumables
Blaze Systems has released version 5.5 of its flagship BlazeLIMS Enterprise and Small Enterprise Products
Blaze Systems has introduced a Tobacco Testing Module as an add-on to its flagship BlazeLIMS Enterprise product
Blaze Systems has announced a new release of its BlazeLink instrument-interfacing middleware to interface any instrument to any LIMS/ELN/SDMS
Blaze Systems has announced the release of version 3.3 of its BlazeLink instrument interfacing middleware
Thomson Scientific has released Bondplus, an integrated, web-based data platform to address the information requirements of biological researchers.
BoxCluster has launched BoxClusterDSN, a deskside supercomputing environment featuring Intel 5500 series architecture and up to 384Gb of memory
Boxx Technologies has announced that its hardware solutions will now feature Intel Core i7-4960X processor Extreme Edition, Intel Core i7-4930K, i7-4820K, and Intel Xeon Processor E5-2600 v2 technologies
Bricsys has released Bricscad 12.2.5, an intermediate upgrade that the company describes as having a major impact for users
Bricsys, a global provider of DWG engineering design software brought to market under the Bricscad brand, has announced the availability of the beta version of the Bricscad BIM Module for the Windows operating system
Chapoo and Bricsys have announced that a release of the BricsCAD software platform will allow users to upload, download and store designs on the Chapoo collaboration service
Bricsys has released Bricscad V10, a DWG CAD system with a complete and recognisable feature set. Bricscad V10 includes eBridge, a SaaS service extending desktop CAD with online CAD management
Bricsys has developed a beta version of Bricscad v10 for Linux, having been released in several test versions since January
Bricsys has released Bricscad V10 for Linux. Bricscad V10 is a CAD platform for the .dwg file format
Prodok software from Rösberg Engineering, a leading software company for I&C (instrumentation and control) systems, has been made available for Bricscad V10 from Bricsys
Bricsys has released the latest version of its Bricscad CAD platform for Windows. Bricsys V11 adds key features to the popular .dwg CAD alternative
The release of Bricscad Classic v11 for Linux has been announced by Bricsys
Bricsys has announced the release of Bricscad v12 for the Linux operating system
Bricsys has launched Bricscad V13 for the Windows operating system, further extending the software with new 2D features and assembly modelling for the mechanical CAD market
Bricsys, a provider of DWG engineering design software brought to market under the BricsCAD brand, has announced the immediate availability of BricsCAD V13 for the Linux operating system
Bricscad V8, based on IntelliCAD, is the latest version of Bricsys' DWG compatible CAD software. The new update features key improvements from previous versions.
Bricsys has released Bricscad V9, the latest version of its engineering software solution.
Bricsys, a provider of DWG engineering design software brought to market under the BricsCAD brand, has released v8 of the Bricsys LGS component technology, a set of computational software libraries used by developers of CAD, CAM, CAE applications for implementation of geometric and dimensional constraint support
Bricsys has announced Bricsys Meeting Point, a new online communication hub for end users, application developers, and Bricsys’ .dwg specialists
transtec and Bright Computing enter into partnership for European HPC market
Bright Computing has released Bright Cluster Manager 6.1, an all-purpose management solution for Hadoop clusters, HPC clusters, and OpenStack private clouds
Bright Computing is now shipping version 5.2 of its Bright Cluster Manager
Bright Computing has introduced Bright Cluster Manager 6.0, which allows organisations to create a cluster in the cloud or burst into the public clouds, such as Amazon EC2, to add capacity to an existing cluster
Bright Computing has introduced Bright Cluster Manager 6.1
Bright Computing expands product line to manage HPC, OpenStack, and Apache Hadoop clusters
Bright Computing has announced the general availability of enhanced support for Nvidia GPU accelerators in Bright Cluster Manager
Bright Computing, a provider of management solutions for clusters and clouds, has announced the release of Bright Cluster Manager for OpenStack
Bright Computing, a provider of management solutions for clusters and clouds, has announced support for the Nvidia Tesla K40 GPU
NCore HPC, a provider of high-performance, low-latency HPC systems, services and solutions, has announced the BrownDwarf Y-class supercomputer
BT has launched what it says is the first cloud-based service for enabling collaboration within the life sciences industry for increased R&D productivity
Bull has introduced the Bullx family of environmentally efficient, ultra-dense and ultra-high performance supercomputers, suitable for anywhere from a small R&D office up to a data centre
Bull has launched its Bullx supernodes (S-series). These quad-core SMP (Symmetric Multi-Processing) servers can be extended to 8, 12 or 16 processors
ChemSW has launched a new business analysis component of its professional services offering, allowing customers to optimise their installations of the company's CSIPro software for chemical or biological inventory management
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