News | November 05, 2012

Sisoft Integrates Fovia’s Advanced Visualization Features

International Footprint Expanded for Embedded HDVR

International Footprint Expanded for Embedded HDVR

October 23, 2012 - Fovia Medical, Inc. and Sisoft Healthcare Information Systems LLC, have natively integrated Fovia’s High Definition Volume Rendering technology in all of Sisoft’s image viewers and PACS workstations.  Through Sisoft’s secure, remote viewing technology, healthcare professionals have 24-hour remote access to Fovia’s interactive advanced visualization.

Sisoft now delivers high performance 3D imaging locally and remotely via Fovia’s HDVR engine.  The benefits of Fovia’s scalable, CPU-based, HDVR software solution enable Sisoft to deliver cost-effective advanced visualization to its customers, while maintaining the flexibility to quickly and effectively respond to the various sectors of the medical market that it serves.

“We are a Gold Partner in the Oracle PartnerNetwork and are extremely selective about the platform technologies we deploy to our customers. After a comprehensive review of the advanced visualization market, the selection of Fovia’s High Definition Volume Rendering Platform was clear. By utilizing Fovia’s powerful HDVR software, we have been able to rapidly develop and integrate high value clinical tools for our customers around the world,” said Ömer Siso, Sisoft’s Chairman of the Board.

Ken Fineman, Chief Executive Officer of Fovia stated, “We are excited to have a partner with such a sharp and comprehensive view of the medical software market.  Several factors combine to make Sisoft an optimal integrator of our HDVR technology: Sisoft’s reputation as a secure and advanced systems integrator, its gold status with Oracle, and its recent selection as one of the top informatics companies in Turkey.”

For more information: www.fovia.com, http://www.sisoft.us

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