GenomSys said Tuesday that it has signed a multiyear collaboration agreement with Royal Philips to codevelop software and applications based on the MPEG-G genomic data representation and compression standard.ndr the agreement, Amsterdam-based Philips has granted GenomSys a sole license to its MPEG-G patents so GenomSys can integrate this standard into its products. In return, Philips has gained permission to integrate GenomSys’ MPEG-G Codec Suite, a group of software tools for processing genomic data following the MPEG-G standard, into its own platforms.

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