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Thermo Fisher Scientific has introduced a Thermo Scientific Atlas chromatography data system (CDS) instrument control software for the Shimadzu Prominence and Prominence XR HPLC.

No connection license is required and therefore seamless control of Shimadzu’s Prominence is possible.

Atlas CDS provides chromatographers with a client/server chromatography-based software solution available for controlling multi-vendor instruments.

Within regulated industries, data management is a crucial part of the quality control process.

Thermo Fisher and Shimadzu have collaborated to provide full instrument control and chromatography data handling within Atlas for the Shimadzu Prominence, a network-ready HPLC.

Dave Champagne, vice-president and general manager for Thermo Fisher’s informatics business, said: ‘The Shimadzu Prominence (20A) LC control delivers added functionality to allow multiple instruments to be controlled on one PC.

‘The integrated auditing capabilities of Atlas provide full audit trails of all instrument methods and data processing actions.

‘This gives users confidence that our systems will enable them to satisfy applicable compliance regulations such as GMP and 21 CFR Part 11,’ Champagne added.

The Shimadzu Prominence (20A) LC control allows the Shimadzu Prominence systems to be used with Atlas software with seamless control, supporting up to four instruments per 247 IC or Dataserver.

The Shimadzu Prominence (20A) control provides an instrument status screen, delivering direct feedback to the user on current instrumentation conditions.

Developed with the Atlas device development kit (DDK), the control follows the user interface design followed by the Shimadzu VP instruments.

The Shimadzu Prominence is an LAN-based instrument and can be connected to the laboratory network or private instrument network to provide data integrity by network buffering.

Thermo Scientific Atlas CDS provides a scalable client/server environment for laboratory LAN and WAN networks in pharmaceutical drug development, discovery, QA/QC laboratories and academia, as well as process industries such as oil and gas, food and beverage safety, water and wastewater treatment and chemicals manufacturing.

Designed as a multi-user, multi-instrument data system, it enables remote network access to many instruments so data can be fully collected, secured and protected – enabling organisations to make more informed decisions faster.

In addition, Atlas CDS provides seamless integration of results with enterprise-wide laboratory informatics management systems (LIMS) applications including the full range of Thermo Scientific LIMS.

Thermo Fisher Scientific (Informatics)

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