Posted by Staff, Tuesday December 23 2003 @ 01:11PM EST
IBM and a Norwegian company are teaming up to work on search products geared to the life sciences industry, a market that is becoming more and more lucrative for technology developers.
Oslo-based Fast Search & Transfer said on Monday that the two companies will look to integrate Fast's data search technology with Big Blue's products for bioscience customers in Europe and North America. The combined technology aims to help life sciences professionals track down information more quickly by providing a single point of access to massive amounts of data in internal systems and in external databases, in a disparate range of storage formats.
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