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Bioinformatics Data Processing Tool Goes Universal

Bioinformatics Data Processing Tool Goes Universal

by , 4:10 PM EDT, August 8th, 2006

Progeniq on Tuesday introduced a Universal Binary version of BioBoost, its bioinformatics data processing accelerator for Mac OS X version 10.4 "Tiger". The software provides hardware processing for the most computationally intensive applications. By utilizing Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technology, the processor is able to 'rewire' itself on the fly according to the application that needs to be accelerated. This allows a single hardware accelerator to speed up any number of supported applications.

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