News | May 29, 2007

Cedara Signs 3-D Software Deal with Biotronics3D

May 30, 2007 - Cedara Software, a Merge Healthcare company, announced an agreement with Biotronics3D Ltd. that grants the London-based software company a license to market C4 enabled versions of its 3Dnet Suite family of 3-D visualization software. Under the agreement, Biotronics3D will distribute C4 enabled Biotronics3D applications to OEMs that are adopting the C4 framework and other C4 clinical application modules from Cedara and its other partners.
The C4 (Cedara Clinical Control Center) platform is a software framework that enables a host applications to obtain plug-and-play access to a diverse array of clinical application modules after completing a one-time integration. C4 enabled plug-in modules can be launched from any C4 enabled host, a PACS or clinical workstation for example. The portfolio of C4 enabled plug-in modules now includes three Biotronics3D applications - 3D Virtual Colonoscopy, 3D General Diagnostic and 3D angiography - and Cedara's own C4 enabled applications, including I-ReadMammo for mammography, PET/CT and OrthoWorks Pro Planner for orthopaedics.

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