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Optalysys, Ltd. Raises $4 Million Seed Round to Break Bottlenecks in Genomic Research and Big Data Analysis

Light-Speed Optical Processing Startup to Democratize Access to High-Powered Computing and Drive Advances in Research and Development GLASSHOUGHTON, WEST YORKSHIRE, U.K. and RENO, Nev.–September 20, 2017 Optalysys Ltd. (@Optalysys), a start-up pioneering the development of light-speed optical coprocessors, today announced the company raised 3.95 million U.S. dollars / 3.05 million British pounds from undisclosed angel […]

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Bio-IT World interviews Earlham Institute and Optalysys on using optical processing for genetic sequence alignment

Bio IT World interviewed the Earlham Institute and Optalysys in an article published on 18th September 2017, on how Optalysys’s optical computing technology is being applied to genetic sequence alignment.  This follows our recent joint press release, demonstration and presentation at the Genome 10k / Genome Science Conference on 29th-31st August 2017.   Click HERE to […]

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New video from Optalysys showing demonstration of latest prototype

Optalysys demonstrated its latest prototype at the Genome 10k/Genome Science conference on 29th to 31st August 2017 in Norwich, UK. The video shows the technology housed in a desktop computer performing genomic sequence alignment. At the conference, Optalysys collaboration partner, the Earlham Institute, presented the latest test results on the accuracy of the technology where […]

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Optalysys and The Earlham Institute Demonstrate Results of Breakthrough Optical Processing for Sequence Alignment

Prototype Technology to Advance and Democratize High-Performance Genomic Research NORWICH, U.K. – 30 August 2017—Optalysys Ltd. (@Optalysys), a start-up pioneering the development of light-speed optical co-processors, will demonstrate the latest prototype of its breakthrough technology for genomic searching at the Genome 10k / Genome Science conference. Optalysys partner, The Earlham Institute (EI), will present the […]

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July Newsletter 2017

Welcome to the Optalysys July 2017 Newsletter – your regular update on the latest developments in optical computing. In this edition we cover our VP Engineering, Rob Todd visiting California, Dr Richard Juday in the Yorkshire office for a few days to work in the lab. Welcoming Corwin Joy as our second software developer and our new […]

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Senior Software Engineer joins Optalysys

Optalysys welcomes a second Senior Software Engineer, Corwin Joy, to the team based in Nevada, USA. Corwin has over 20 years experience writing algorithms for high performance numerical computing. He holds an MSc in Applied Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon University and a BA in Statistics from Rice University. Past projects include OLAP visualization tools at […]

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We’ve moved!

Welcome to our new UK Headquarters office based in Glasshoughton, West Yorkshire!  We are proud and excited to announce that our UK team moved to a new location on April 1st 2017 to support our growing team and laboratory space requirements. Over the past year we have expanded to 13 employees (10 in the UK, […]

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Software Engineer joins Optalysys

Optalysys welcomes Software Engineer Omri Kalinsky to the team based in Nevada, USA. Omri has been a professional software engineer since 1998. He has a varied background of applications ranging from medical imaging, military simulation and games to business and productivity software, embedded systems and mobile applications. He has specific expertise in C++ including developing and teaching C++ […]

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Optalysys Inc moves to new office in Reno, Nevada USA

Optalysys Inc, the wholly owned US subsidiary of Optalysys Ltd, has moved office to a larger space in Reno, Nevada USA to support the growing US team. Our new address is: 200 S Virginia St, 8th Floor Reno, NV 89501 USA   About Optalysys: Optalysys was founded in 2013 to develop revolutionary optical processing technology […]

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GenomeWeb interviews Optalysys and Earlham Institute on optical sequence alignment

GenomeWeb interviews Optalysys CEO Dr Nick New and Earlham Institute’s former Head of Scientific Computing, Dr Tim Stitt, on how Optalysys’s Optical Sequencing Alignment technology is being readied for market.   Click HERE to read the full article.

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Optalysys, Ltd. Raises $4 Million Seed Round to Break Bottlenecks in Genomic Research and Big Data Analysis

Light-Speed Optical Processing Startup to Democratize Access to High-Powered Computing and Drive Advances in Research and Development GLASSHOUGHTON, WEST YORKSHIRE, U.K. and RENO, Nev.–September 20, 2017 Optalysys Ltd. (@Optalysys), a start-up pioneering the development of light-speed optical coprocessors, today announced the company raised 3.95 million U.S. dollars / 3.05 million British pounds from undisclosed angel […]

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Bio-IT World interviews Earlham Institute and Optalysys on using optical processing for genetic sequence alignment

Bio IT World interviewed the Earlham Institute and Optalysys in an article published on 18th September 2017, on how Optalysys’s optical computing technology is being applied to genetic sequence alignment.  This follows our recent joint press release, demonstration and presentation at the Genome 10k / Genome Science Conference on 29th-31st August 2017.   Click HERE to […]

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New video from Optalysys showing demonstration of latest prototype

Optalysys demonstrated its latest prototype at the Genome 10k/Genome Science conference on 29th to 31st August 2017 in Norwich, UK. The video shows the technology housed in a desktop computer performing genomic sequence alignment. At the conference, Optalysys collaboration partner, the Earlham Institute, presented the latest test results on the accuracy of the technology where […]

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