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Clarity Chromatography SW Newly Multilingual and with MS Capabilities

Published: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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Clarity 5.0 is newly MULTILINGUAL. Thanks to a dynamic localization Clarity users can easily switch between languages.

At this time we have also extended a number of languages so Clarity SW is available in English, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, French and German.  We pay attention to our Clarity localization project since we are committed to provide “friendly“ SW and localizations are appreciated by users.

Clarity Chromatography Software version 5.0 firstly includes a Mass Spectra (MS) data processing module as logical step for extending Clarity capabilities. Clarity is now able to evaluate spectral data from MS detectors; cooperation with NIST libraries has been incorporated. Clarity MS module is currently offered primarily as OEM solution.

Our portfolio of control modules has grown again. Clarity currently supports more than 450 instruments. Detailed information on the new version including a free demo version can be found at our webpages. Based on DataApex unique policy any user with an older Clarity SW version can update SW free of charge.

Clarity Chromatography Software has a strong position in the chromatography data systems market. Clarity is highly regarded for its intuitive approach, excellent performance, cost-effectiveness and proficient technical support.

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