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Compaq signs deal with genome researcher

Compaq Computer said Friday that it has won a contract to sell $2 million to $3 million worth of computers to human genome research company Structural Genomix. Under the deal, Compaq will supply San Diego-based Structural Genomix with server farms, according to a company representative. The deal is one of a series of major contracts for Compaq in the biomedical industry. In January, Compaq teamed with nuclear research facility Sandia National Laboratories and biotech company Celera Genomics to build what is anticipated to be one of the fastest supercomputers in the world.

Compaq Computer said Friday that it has won a contract to sell $2 million to $3 million worth of computers to human genome research company Structural Genomix.

Under the deal, Compaq will supply San Diego-based Structural Genomix with server farms, according to a company representative. The deal is one of a series of major contracts for Compaq in the biomedical industry. In January, Compaq teamed with nuclear research facility Sandia National Laboratories and biotech company Celera Genomics to build what is anticipated to be one of the fastest supercomputers in the world.

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