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Blaze Systems Announces Powerful New Release of its BlazeLink Instrument Interfacing Middleware

Published: Sunday, March 03, 2013
Last Updated: Saturday, March 02, 2013
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New release supports unidirectional or bi-directional operation.

Blaze Systems has announced the release of version 3.3 of its BlazeLink instrument interfacing middleware.

Instrument interfacing has long been recognized as the low hanging fruit for a step change in laboratory effectiveness, often delivering 20-40% labor savings, eliminating a 1-3% transcription error rate, and reducing turn around time with attendant enterprise benefits. BlazeLink is ideally positioned to deliver these benefits to laboratories by integrating any instrument with any LIMS at the lowest cost per instrument in the industry.

BlazeLink supports unidirectional or bi-directional operation, handling the entire integration task, including transport, translation, and data augmentation.

BlazeLink usually operates in a fully automated and unattended mode, but may also provide an operator interface for data review and augmentation.

BlazeLink is configurable for any data source or destination, employing tools such as a powerful new visual parsing program, XML style sheets, comprehensive calculation processor, plug-ins for special protocols and web services access, and more.


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