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Dell and Kardia Team Up on Echo

April 1, 2008
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Dell (Round Rock, Texas) and Rochester, Minn.-based Kardia Health Systems, Inc. are teaming up to streamline the delivery and management of cardiology care through a combination of technologies.

The Kardia echocardiography information management system will be combined with Dell infrastructure and services to deliver a Web-based system.

According to the company, Dell designed a system to run the Kardia solution and will manage the implementation of the technology and selection of servers, storage and desktop computers based on the size of the cardiology practice. Dell will also provide help desk and maintenance support services for all technology.

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