News | Flat Panel Displays | May 26, 2017

Double Black Imaging Acquires Richardson Electronics' PACS Display Business

Sale includes Richardson’s Image Systems portfolio of diagnostic and clinical imaging displays plus proprietary calibration software

Double Black Imaging Acquires Richardson Electronics' PACS Display Business

May 26, 2017 — Double Black Imaging announced that it has acquired the Image Systems PACS (picture archiving and communication system) Display Business from Richardson Electronics Ltd.

The Image Systems product portfolio of diagnostic and clinical imaging displays includes 2MP, 3MP, 5MP and 6MP color and grayscale displays. Included in the sale is Image Systems proprietary calibration software, known as CFS, which is designed to simplify the conformance and calibration of all Image Systems diagnostic and clinical use displays. This ensures DICOM compliance and proper calibration throughout their life-cycle.

Richardson Electronics Chairman and CEO Edward J. Richardson said the acquisition allows the company to focus on expanding its line of computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) tubes and high-value replacement parts for the diagnostic imaging market.

For more information: www.doubleblackimaging.com

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