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La Allotrope Foundation se asocia con Osthus Inc.
Date:9/24/2013

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Acerca de la Allotrope Foundation:
La Allotrope Foundation es un consorcio internacional de compañías farmacéuticas que está desarrollando un marco laboral abierto e innovador para gestionar los datos analíticos por medio de su ciclo de vida completo usando un set común de herramientas estándares. Allotrope tiene como objetivo llevar a cabo los laboratorios analíticos inteligentes y convertirlos en realidad – un laboratorio automatizado en el que los datos, métodos y componentes de hardware se comparten de forma integral entre las plataformas dispares y donde los informes de un click se pueden producir usando los datos generados en cualquier instrumento analítico. La visión de Allotrope de un laboratorio analítico inteligente se conseguirá por medio de la creación de un "ecosistema" abierto en colaboración y consulta con vendedores y la comunidad analítica.
Si desea más información visite http://www.allotrope.org/, o escriba un e-mail a info@allotrope.org.

Acerca de Osthus:
Osthus es un destacado integrador global de sistemas especializado en los procesos e integración de datos para I+D dedicado a las ciencias de la vida e industrias relacionadas. Equipado con una cartera de socios única y con expertos en temas interdisciplinares, Osthus ofrece servicios de consultoría, integración, desarrollo, operaciones y mantenimiento para las principales compañías de investigación del mundo.
Si desea más información visite http://osthus.com o escriba un e-mail a media@osthus.com.

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