PerkinElmer and LEAP Technologies Enter Resale Arrangement
News Jun 09, 2009
PerkinElmer, Inc. has entered into a resale arrangement with LEAP Technologies Inc. Under this arrangement, LEAP Technologies Inc. will be able to incorporate PerkinElmer’s proprietary ultra high performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) and high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) technology into front-end automation systems for mass spectrometry within the United States and Canada.
The combined offering is intended to enable LEAP’s biotechnology and pharmaceutical customers to derive additional insight into the data of their applications. Financial details of the arrangement were not disclosed.
The arrangement includes the following solutions: PerkinElmer’s new Flexar™ and 200 Series UHPLC and HPLC; the new Chromera™ and TotalChrom® Chromatography Data Systems software packages; and associated consumables and spare parts, as well as LEAP's CTC LC-1, HTC, and HTS robotic sample handlers.
In addition, as a result of this arrangement, PerkinElmer will be able to provide advanced automation solutions from LEAP Technologies into markets beyond its traditional customer base, including environmental, food safety, and forensics.
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