Product News: ACD/Labs announces expansion of browser-based analytical data processing to LC/MS data at 70 th ASMS conference

The first update to Spectrus JS expands its processing capabilities to xC/UV/MS data and introduces ACD/Labs’ industry-leading NMR prediction.

07 Jun 2022

ACD/Labs, an informatics company that develops and commercializes software in support of R&D, announced the first update to its browser-based analytical data processing application, Spectrus JS™ at the 70th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry. This fall, the industry-first software will expand its data processing capabilities to new analytical techniques and gain significant enhancements to existing functionalities. 

With the update, users will be able to process NMR and LC, LC/MS, LC/UV/MS, GC, GC/MS, MS ( x C/UV/MS) data in a single software environment, without ever having to download or install anything on their computer. This release will also introduce ACD/Labs’ industry-leading NMR prediction capabilities for spectral simulation, structure assignment, and verification. 

“The need for accessible, all-in-one tools for analytical data processing and interpretation is at an all-time high. With this update, Spectrus JS is the industry’s first browser-based data processing software that supports multiple analytical techniques and most major instrument vendors. This means that users can access our state-of-the-art tools to analyze their data wherever they have a network connection,” said Andrew Anderson, ACD/Labs’ Vice President of Innovation & Informatics Strategy. 

Spectrus JS is part of the Spectrus® product portfolio, which offers vendor-agnostic data processing/handling solutions for all types of analytical techniques and is paired with established analytical knowledge management and targeted workflow applications. This update extends the distributed data processing capabilities of the platform to x C/UV/MS data and expands its cloud capabilities. 

ACD/Labs will showcase these new Spectrus JS functionalities at the ASMS Conference in Minneapolis (June 6–9).

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