March 6, 2007 - Array Corporation USA and Hologic, Inc. have recently entered into a supply agreement in which Array will provide a custom-built digitizer, developed for Hologicï¿½s R2 DMax line of ImageChecker CAD and DigitalNow systems, that focuses on image processing, display and interpretation of CAD marks through medical picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) using the digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) standard.
News | March 05, 2007
Array, Hologic Announce Partnership
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