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OPC Connectivity Between TruBio Software and Nova FLEX Analyzers
Date:3/5/2009

SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Finesse Solutions, LLC, Santa Clara, CA, a manufacturer of measurement and control solutions for bioprocess applications, and Nova Biomedical, Waltham, MA, a world leader in biotechnology process monitoring announced the release of a TruBio(TM) plug-in for OPC connectivity between TruBio control software and Nova FLEX(TM) analyzers. OPC is the de facto standard for data exchange between process control systems and different hardware platforms.

OPC-based communication between a FLEX and TruBio reduces errors or time delays of manual sampling, and provides automated reporting of results. More sophisticated process control strategies can be implemented, process parameters can be adjusted without human intervention, and, when process alarm conditions occur, off-site personnel can be alerted and/or automatic corrective action be taken. Additionally, all off-line FLEX data can be directly consolidated into the TruBio/DeltaV historian, or used in automated batch report generation for electronic records.

Basil Zimmo, Vice President of Software at Finesse, stated, "The Nova FLEX-TruBio plug-in will reduce operating costs: printouts of standalone analyzer results will no longer have to be manually attached or tracked. Furthermore, this product will improve bioprocess quality and yield: programming a Nova FLEX to automatically standardize an in-situ probe or using FLEX cell viability data in real-time algorithms will increase the accuracy and repeatability of control."

"By redefining the standard associated with offline data to include complete integration and the value of those data as they are applied to the bioprocess automatically, Nova and Finesse continue to provide the cutting edge technology required to bring the biotechnology industry into a new era of effectiveness and profitability, thereby allowing our customers real-time benefits that, until now, were imp
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