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Commercial-Off-the-Shelf LIMS on Show at Analytica

Commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) software solutions from Thermo will be on display, for the first time in Europe at Analytica, Booth 105-204, Hall B1, April 25-28, at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre in Munich, Germany.

Analytica is the world's largest trade show for solutions in the analysis, laboratory-technology and life-science sectors. As the leading provider of analytical instruments, equipment, robotics, software and services to these industries, Thermo's exhibit will feature laboratory information management systems (LIMS) and chromatography data systems (CDS) that integrate not only with Thermo's products for an end-to-end solution, but with the customers' enterprise to yield increased productivity and greater knowledge from laboratory data. Thermo's informatics focus is to offer COTS software that reduces reliance on costly and risky customizations.

Thermo's informatics exhibit will feature:
· Darwin LIMS™ -- Thermo's latest COTS solution, designed specifically for pharmaceutical manufacturing R&D and QA/QC

· SampleManager LIMS™ -- Thermo's flagship solution for industrial labs, with version 9.0 adopting the open, industry standard Microsoft® .NET platform while continuing to support existing customers' cherished code written in the VGL language

· Atlas CDS™ -- Thermo's enterprise chromatography data system, offering superior integration with SampleManager and Darwin for maximum productivity in any industry

· Migration Agent - a new software and professional services solution that reduces risk and overcomes business challenges when migrating from any existing LIMS to a Thermo solution

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Source: Thermo Electron Corporation View latest company information

Posted: February 13, 2006
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