• Hardik Shah, Informatics and Data Science at Icahn School of Medine at Mount Sinai: “There are several companies out there right now trying to make a faster car. These guys want to make a completely different type of car, and they want to do it at much cheaper cost to client and themselves.”

  • Dr. Anna Schuh, consultant haematologist at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust: “Next to the impressive throughput and storage space reductions, GENALICE MAP also detects complex mutations, which is crucial to be able to effectively use NGS data in a clinical setting”.

  • DKFZ is the largest biomedical research institute in Germany and a member of the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centers. Their task is to perform research into cancer; investigating the mechanisms of cancer, identifying cancer risk factors and trying to find strategies to prevent people from getting cancer.

  • Hakon Gudbjartsson, Former Vice President of Informatics at deCODE genetics: “We had the opportunity to test GENALICE MAP on a XS version of their appliance and we were impressed with the results on speed and accuracy.”

  • Erasmus MC is committed to a healthy population and excellence in healthcare through conducting groundbreaking work, pushing boundaries, and leading the way in research, education, and healthcare. Erasmus MC is a recognized leader in innovations for health and healthcare.

  • Arjen van Tunen, CEO of KeyGene: “The breakthrough software solution, GENALICE MAP, is a leap forward in improving our analysis pipeline and in staying ahead of competition. We tested, validated and now implemented MAP, as it immediately offers us major competitive advantages on speed and accuracy in DNA analysis.”

  • Ies Nijman, Coordinator Bioinformatics at UMC Utrecht: “For neonatal intensive care patients the analysis speed of GENALICE MAP can become potentially life-saving.” As a practical medical- and biology- knowledge partner, UMC Utrecht provides vital value for GENALICE development.

  • Since its founding in 1867, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has earned a reputation as a world-class leader in research, teaching, and public engagement. Fostering discovery and innovation is their fundamental mission. As a public, land-grant university, they have the responsibility to create new knowledge and new ideas and translate these into better ways of working, living and learning.

  • In 2006, Amazon Web Services (AWS) began offering IT infrastructure services to businesses in the form of web services — now commonly known as cloud computing. One of the key benefits of cloud computing is the opportunity to replace up-front capital infrastructure expenses with low variable costs that scale with your business.

    To meet today’s customer requirements, GENALICE now offers its mapping and variant calling solution GENALICE MAP on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

  • DTL (Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences) is a nationwide platform formed by an increasing number of life science partner institutions in the Netherlands. DTL focuses on the great potential of high-end technologies in pioneering life science research, and on the skills and solutions to professionally use computers to deal with the ever-growing data streams in research.

  • The CTMM Translational Research IT (TraIT) project aims to develop a long-lasting IT infrastructure for the Netherlands that will facilitate the collection, storage, analysis, archiving and securing of the data generated in the CTMM’s twenty-one operational research projects.
  • The Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre (NBIC) is the Dutch network of bioinformatics experts active in research, education and support. Over 100 bioinformatics scientists, including 40 ‘NBIC faculty’ members, structurally collaborate in a networked, supra-institutional organisation.

  • The Mibiton foundation (Material infrastructure biotechnology netherlands) was founded in 1994 to stimulate the use of innovative equipment and facilities in the field of the life sciences. The Mibiton foundation invests in the dutch life sciences infrastructure and has three funds: science, solo and share.

  • Intel® and GENALICE have started discussions about a product development as wel as a product delivery partnership. The all-in-one NGS data processing appliance, GENALICE VAULT, uses Intel® Xeon® E5 processors.

  • EMC‘s goal is to optimize the information infrastructure to meet growing demands for hyper scale content management, security, archiving, storage and virtualization. High volume DNA-correlation requires a phenomenal effort in this area. We are delighted to team with EMC who brings this value.

  • Oracle‘s open architecture and multiple operating-system options gives customers unmatched benefits from industry-leading products, The robust stature of Oracle is a perfect context to which GENALICE adds specialized high performance and high volume DNA correlation capabilities.