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Best of Show Awards Winners Named at Bio-IT World Conference & Expo
Date:4/30/2009

Products from Aspera, CLC Bio, Maxis IT and Rescentris recognized for their innovation across the life sciences research, discovery, and clinical trials process.

Boston (PRWEB) April 30, 2009 -- CHI's Bio-IT World Conference & Expo today announced that products from four biotech companies were named Best of Show Awards winners at a ceremony held Tuesday, April 28th at the World Trade Center Boston during the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo: The winning products include Aspera's Enterprise Server, CLC Bio's Genomics Server, Maxis IT's CT Renaissance™, and Rescentris' Collaborative Electronic Research Framework™

Judged by a team of Bio-IT World magazine editors and highly regarded industry experts, The Best of Show Awards recognize new products that demonstrate exceptional technology innovations across the life sciences research, discovery and clinical trials process.

One company was selected within four technology categories. The following winners were selected from 12 finalists, based on the products' technical merit, functionality and innovation, and in-person presentations to the judges at the show.

  • IT Infrastructure
  • Aspera Enterprise Server by Aspera
  • Informatics Tools & Data
  • Genomics Server by CLC Bio
  • Clinical Trials & Research
  • CT Renaissance™ by Maxis IT
  • Knowledge Management
Collaborative Electronic Research Framework™ by Rescentris

Best of Show Award Winners
The Aspera Enterprise Server is the industry standard for serving up files, directories and large data sets with unrivaled Aspera performance. Life sciences organizations (such as the NCBI/NIH, European Bioinformatics Institute), media companies, government and defence agencies, and corporations use A
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