Technology | September 27, 2011

Fovia HDVR Becomes Standard Platform for Merge’s Web-Based Radiology PACS

September 27, 2011 – Fovia Medical Inc., a provider of volume-rendering technology, and Merge Healthcare, a provider of enterprise imaging and interoperability solutions, announced that Merge will enhance and standardize its product offering by incorporating Fovia’s High Definition Volume Rendering (HDVR) technology across its entire radiology picture archive and communications (PACS) platform.

Merge, which provides image management as part of its comprehensive suite of radiology solutions, will now be able to fully capitalize on Fovia’s advanced visualization tools, therefore providing the world’s highest quality medical imaging to all of its PACS customers.

Fovia’s HDVR server-side platform has enabled Merge to deliver high performance 3-D imaging through its Web-based architecture. With HDVR integrated into Merge PACS, the company has taken advantage of Fovia’s scalable, CPU-based solution using entirely off-the-shelf hardware. By standardizing its various PACS products on an HDVR platform, Merge will be able to deliver tightly integrated, advanced visualization to its entire customer base, while simultaneously meeting their changing demands with Fovia’s flexible and highly customizable thin-client solution.

For more information: www.fovia.com, www.merge.com

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