completed, the IFC automatically returns the samples to inlets from which they can be easily extracted and readied for sequencing.
enetix Ltd, a leading provider of solutions for imaging and image analysis, has been acquired
by Leica Microsystems. This acquisition brings toge- ther Genetix’ expertise in developing and marketing imaging systems and software for clinical and re- search applications, with Leica Microsystems’ micro- scopes and other life science instrumentation. Gene- tix will exist as a separate business unit within Leica Microsystems and Genetix products will continue to be marketed and sold through existing channels.
igOptix, Inc. (OTCBB:GGOX) has partnered
with Sanmina-SCI (NASDAQ: SANM) to
contract manufacture its proprietary polymer based modulator for all 40Gb/s and 100Gb/s modulation formats. Over the last year, since the acquisition of Lumera by GigOptix, the company’s Bothell, Washington based LX Product Line group has made unparalleled developments in polymer material ther- mal-related electro-optical and mechanical stability; enabling the first-ever achievement of the required 85C, 25 years electro-optical stability of the polymer- coated silicon modulator chip. The design rules that were deployed allow the smallest overall modulator foot print for all speeds and formats.
The GigOptix LX modulators use standard semicon- ductor production flows and industry standard mo- dulator package assembly technology, allowing for a smooth transfer of the product to a mass production
partner like Sanmina-SCI. The company announced that the first Telcordia qualified volume production of 40Gb/s and 100Gb/s DPSK modulators, will be available in the fourth quarter of 2010. Engineering samples of 40Gb/s DQPSK and 100Gb/s DP-QPSK modulators will be also be available in the fourth quarter of 2010.
reen Earth Technologies (Pink Sheets: GETG), a leading manufacturer and marketer of
“green” environmentally safe consumer packaged goods and products, announced a distribution deal
with Green Planet Products, LLC, of Schenectady,
New York (GPP). Under the agreement, GPP will be the bulk distributor of the full line of “G”-Branded products in the North East and Mid Atlantic, pene- trating various market segments such as automotive manufacturers, car rentals, municipalities, schools and hospitals. Green Planet Products, LLC is an affiliated company of the Galesi Group, which has bulk infrastructure facilities as well as truck and rail systems already in position in the North East and Mid Atlantic.
“We are delighted to sign a long term deal with Green Planet Products, LLC, allowing us to supply and support large users with GET products, seamless- ly flowing into new markets through existing chan- nels,” said Jeff Marshall, Chairman and CEO of Green Earth. “We have been building our brand to reach large bulk users over the last year and this new deal is a huge milestone for our company.”
Green Earth Technologies produces a full line of “G”- Branded products that are all recyclable, renewable, biodegradable and environmental friendly. These
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