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Discontinuation of Our Free of Charge Services

Important Changes

FASTGenomics: End of beta phase

Action required: Download your data until April 30.

Thank you for your interest in and use of FASTGenomics – the online collaboration analytics platform for single-cell genomics.

Thanks to the large community, we have been able to develop the platform over the last few years into what it is today: a platform for research collaborations that is still free of charge for academia.

FASTGenomics is a research project of Comma Soft AG and the LIMES Institute of the University of Bonn, funded by the federal government and Comma Soft AG. As such a research project, we are required to enter a commercialization phase after the successful development phase. This time has now come:

The beta phase has now been successfully completed, which means that we will no longer be able to provide the use of our scalable analysis clusters and data hosting free of charge without restrictions after April 30, 2024.

From 01.05.2024, the analysis clusters and data hosting will only be offered to organizations in paid collaborations.

Your data sets and analyses will be retained in their current form until 30.04.2024 and can therefore still be downloaded and saved by you without any problems. After 31.03.2024, however, no new analyses or uploads can be performed without a subscription. User accounts will also be deactivated after 30.04.2024Published analyses and data sets will remain accessible until June 30, 2024, but can no longer be edited, copied or downloaded.

Once the respective deadlines have expired, we will delete the corresponding data sets and analyses. User accounts and groups will be deleted by 30.06.2024 at the latest.

If your organization is interested in a license or your own FASTGenomics instance, please contact us. Please note that we cannot issue individual licenses, but can only discuss organization-wide licenses.

We are of course also available for questions about research cooperations or suggestions.

The FASTGenomics Team