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mygenomatix: A secure cloud-like model for next-gen sequencing data analysis
Date:3/15/2011

ata is always in a secure, protected environment.
  • Ease: Genomatix software has an excellent graphical user interface and standard operating procedures and workflows, with our excellent support team available to help if needed.
  • Accessibility: access to the Genomatix software and data content is provided via any standard internet browser from any internet-connected computer.
  • Affordability: contact Genomatix to find out how surprisingly affordable mygenomatix is.

    mygenomatix will accept raw sequence or color space NGS data or, depending on your preference, aligned data to leverage Genomatix' extensive analysis capabilities and deep annotation.

    "We are happy to announce the start of www.mygenomatix.com", says Dr. Martin Seifert (CEO of Genomatix). "We want to provide an easy entry to our excellent NGS data analysis and interpretation capabilities, complementing our turn-key in-house platforms, the Genomatix Mining Station (GMS) and the Genomatix Genome Analyzer (GGA). We have been exploring a cloud like model for quite some time, and our service model addresses the issue of security by getting the data to our computers via a hard disk shipment program. With mygenomatix, anyone doing NGS data analysis now has access to an easy entry path to our technology and databases." The service will be launched in April.


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  • Contact: Dr. Korbinian Grote
    grote@genomatix.de
    49-895-997-660
    Genomatix Software GmbH
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