June 17, 2010
VLife Sciences Technologies (VLife), a technology provider for drug and molecular discovery and Computational Research Laboratories (CRL) have announced that they will partner to provide VLife's GRIP docking technology on CRL's HPC platform in order to hasten the progress of protein-ligand docking studies. In the past, this type of research had been slowed due to problems with the accuracy and performance of docking activity but VLife has enabled this to be performed faster and with better results between their own technology and the supercomputer "eka". According to the CEO of CRL, they will be "making very high-end computing available to industries in India and abroad using an on-demand HPC cloud platform."
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