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The Symbion family of software products provides a highly efficient, common interface for communicating with, networking, and controlling diverse analytical instruments. It includes both standardized spectroscopy software and a universal environment for process analytical technology.

Networking, Connectivity, and Data Logging:

Fundamental to the operation of Symbion is the storage of all data, instructions, and administrative information in a SQL database. This paves the way for the easy hand-off of data to other users and systems and for the integration of data from multiple sources. Data from diverse sensors and instruments can be synchronized, logged, subjected to multidimensional analysis, and plotted in various formats to provide a comprehensive picture of the total process.

On-Line Process Analysis:

The Symbion-DX and RX software suites were designed from the start to meet all of the established requirements of on-line process analysis. These include sample system design and control, operation of diverse instruments, extraction of process variable information from raw data, real time trending of multiple streams, system diagnostics, alarming, remote communications, historical data analysis, and archiving of data in a local or remote SQL database.

Methods Development:

Symbion's powerful scripting capability provides the means for rapidly developing new methods to extend Symbion to meet virtually any requirement. Once developed, a method can be locked down and coupled to a dedicated, simple-to-use operator screen.

Regulatory Compliance:

Symbion provides all of the capabilities needed to assure compliance with regulations such as 21 CFR Part 11. This is made possible by the Security Guard™ (Pat. Pend.) architecture, which logs all data, instructions, and administrative information as it is passed between the user interface and the SQL database and insures that all requests presented to the system have the proper privileges. Visit www.21cfrpart11.com, your compliance resource.

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