News | October 03, 2007

3DR Laboratories, Visage Imaging Sign Visualization Agreement

October 4, 2007 - 3DR Laboratories LLC and Visage Imaging Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Mercury Computer Systems Inc., signed an agreement to integrate Visage Imaging’s Visage CS Thin Client/Server and Visage PACS Server into the company’s product portfolio to provide internal and remote advanced 2D and 3D capabilities and services to healthcare enterprise customers.

Visage Imaging’s visualization solutions are reportedly capable of processing and managing the increasing amounts of 2D, 3D and 4D data, aiming to optimize image quality and the diagnostic workflow. The Visage CS Thin Client/Server and Visage PACS solution features advanced tools for 2D, 3D and 4D image interpretation, post-processing and distribution that are not bound to specific workstations, but become available directly within the PACS workflow anywhere in the hospital enterprise or via the Internet and WAN. Thus medical imaging data can be accessed throughout the hospital network and also from external clients via a secure connection.

For more information: www.3drinc.com and www.visageimaging.com

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