Thermo Fisher Scientific (Informatics Division)
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. recently agreed with Aspectrics, Inc., to include Thermo Scientific GRAMS spectroscopy software in Aspectrics’ new Encoded Photometric Near Infrared (EP-NIR) process analyzer.
“We are excited to offer GRAMS’ world-class software as part of our MultiComponent 2750 analyzer,” said Jim Yano, vice president of marketing for Aspectrics. “As the industry standard, GRAMS is well known to our customers, easy to use, and provides superior capabilities, such as chemometrics, that are important for our customers. Combining Thermo Fisher’s rich heritage in spectroscopy software with Aspectrics’ innovative EP-NIR technology will enable our customers to achieve faster and more reliable analyses.”
“This agreement demonstrates the strength of GRAMS in the marketplace,” said Dave Champagne, vice president and general manager of informatics at Thermo Fisher Scientific. “GRAMS is an open standards platform from which Aspectrics’ clients can control and integrate data from multiple instruments from multiple vendors.”
According to Thermo Fisher Scientific, GRAMS is relied on by spectroscopists worldwide for visualizing, processing and managing data from FT-IR, NIR, Raman, UV-Vis, Fluorescence, NMR and hyphenated instruments manufactured by multiple vendors. It interfaces with more than 150 instruments, including Thermo Scientific spectroscopy and chromatography products.
Contact information for Aspectrics:
6900 Koll Center Pkwy, Suite 401
Pleasanton, Calif. 94566