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3DR Laboratories and Visage Imaging Ink Agreement

October 4, 2007
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Louisville, Ky.-based 3DR Laboratories and Visage Imaging Inc. (Carlsbad, Calif.), a wholly owned subsidiary of Mercury Computer Systems Inc. (Chelmsford, Mass.), have signed an agreement to provide advanced reading and post-processing services to healthcare organizations and hospitals.

3DR Laboratories, a medical imaging service company providing image processing on an outsourced basis, contends it will integrate Visage Imaging's Visage CS Thin Client/Server and Visage PACS Server into its product portfolio. According to the companies, this integration will provide internal and remote advanced 2D and 3D capabilities and services to healthcare enterprise customers.



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