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Agilent VEE - Extensive Interoperability
... Agilent VEE can interact with other programming languages using the built-in ActiveX Automation Server ... such as Visual Basic, C/C++, Visual C# and all.NET compliant languages can call Agilent VEE UserFunctions ... Agilent VEE is also integrated with Microsoft.NET Framework (Common Language Runtime and Framework Class Libraries) that provides a multitude of functions and controls that can be used to enhance a program ...
Strand Life Sciences
... In August 2007, Strand and Agilent Technologies, Inc ... entered an agreement in which Strand develops and supports Agilent's GeneSpring software which Agilent obtained through Silicon Genetics acquisition in August 2004 ... In October 2010, Strand and Agilent renewed the agreement for Strand to expand the scope of Agilent's GeneSpring across multiple life sciences disciplines ...
Bayer School Of Natural And Environmental Sciences - Research Facilities
... of Excellence to Study Diseases and Environmental Issues by Agilent Technologies, the Department of Chemistry Biochemistry has a research facility equipped with state-of-the-art chromatography ... housed in the facility include Agilent Rapid Resolution liquid chromatograph (LC) Agilent HPLC-Chip/MS systems Agilent Mass Quadrupole Time of Flight LC/MS Agilent Triple ...
Agilent VEE - Instrument Connectivity
... Agilent VEE can connect and control a variety of Agilent and non-Agilent instrumentation via multiple interfaces ... Agilent VEE supports the following interfaces VXI plug and play drivers IVI-COM drivers PXI via NI-DAQMX SCPI via the DirectIO object Panel drivers ...
Agilent Technologies
... Agilent Technologies (NYSE A), or Agilent, is a global company that designs and manufactures electronic and bio-analytical measurement instruments and equipment ... Agilent Technologies has a stock market capitalization of over 15 billion USD and the company's headquarters are in Santa Clara, California, in the Silicon Valley region ... Many of Agilent's predecessor product lines were developed by Hewlett-Packard, the American computing company founded in 1939 ...