Clarity is a chromatography station designed to acquire and evaluate data from up to four chromatographs at a time. It enables the user to acquire data from any commercially available chromatograph with standard analog output.
Nautilus 2003 delivers new features and enhancements designed to offer greater flexibility to boost user productivity, while also easing compliance with regulatory requirements relating to the auditing of scientific data. The most significant changes over previous versions relate
The PXI-4204 and PXI-4220 are the first two products in the new SC Series of data acquisition (DAQ) devices with integrated signal conditioning. The new SC Series seamlessly integrates with LabVIEW 7 Express.
The ACD/Column Selector is a freeware column selection tool for Palm OS-based PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants) that helps chromatographers select the optimal column to use, taking the uncertainty out of column selection.
The Power Mac G5 features a 64-bit desktop processor and a 1 GHz front-side bus. Powered by the
A new Validation Toolkit for LimsLink and LimsLink CDS is available. It includes two separate components, a software application and a full documentation package, that provide automated assistance and detailed guidance for both IQ and OQ.
The MicroSpec series of imaging spectrometers provides direct coupling to many microscopes, USB communication, a choice of 150mm, 300mm and 500mm focal lengths, and a wide range of software. Its interchangeable optical aperture enables good imaging and throughput balance.
Sierra Analytics, a provider of advanced software and consulting services, has added support for JEOL's AccuTOF data format to its mass spectrometry software tools.
The PCI-7041/6040E real-time board features a dedicated onboard 700 MHz Pentium III processor capable of loop rates up to 26 kHz. This real-time board can run up to 17 times faster than previous NI plug-in RT Series boards.
The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) provides high-performance
The ASCI Linux Cluster is also installed at LLNL. The machine is currently in limited-access mode for science runs and file system testing. The unclassified 960-node cluster will provide computing cycles for ASCI Alliance users and unclassified ASCI code development.
Funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation, LeMieux is a 3,000 processor system installed in the Pittsburg Supercomputing Center.
ASCI White is also installed at LLNL. The supercomputer is involved with in National Nuclear Security Administration's Accelerated Strategic Computer Initiative - a 10-year program striving to reach 100-trillions calculations per second by 2005.
MCR is the most powerful Linux supercomputer in the world. It wasbuilt for the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in 2002.