News | November 28, 2007

DatCard Systems Partners with Rimage Corp.

November 28, 2007 - Effective immediately, DatCard Systems Inc., global supplier of DICOM digital distribution solutions, will distribute Rimage Corp.’s family of on-demand digital publishing systems to the medical market, further strengthening the two companies’ already established business partnership.

DatCard was established with the goal of creating a software/hardware solution that would provide a completely automated, cost-effective alternative to the inefficiencies of storing and distributing laser film. PacsCube is the company’s first-generation DICOM distribution system. The DatCArd MammoSmart provides patients with their complete mammography history and breast care information on an automatically produced and customizable CD/DVD.

Rimage Corp. is reportedly the world's leading provider of recordable CD, DVD and Blu-ray (BD) publishing systems, which are used by businesses to produce discs with customized digital content on an on-demand basis. Rimage's publishing systems, which span the range from high to low CD/DVD/BD production volumes, integrate robotics, software and surface label printers into a complete publishing solution

For more information: www. datcard.com and www.rimage.com

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