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Nexsan and GE Form Alliance

August 7, 2008
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Nexsan (Thousand Oaks, Calif.), a provider of energy-efficient long-term storage, and St Giles, United Kingdom-based

GE Healthcare IT have formed an alliance in an effort to provide systems for capturing, processing, storing and archiving images in hospitals and other healthcare facilities.

As part of the agreement, GE Healthcare IT says it has certified Nexsan’s green storage solutions with its Centricity PACS-IW imaging solution. The certified products include Nexsan’s SATA line of high-density storage solutions and Nexsan Assureon, a long-term archiving product, says the company.

According to GE Healthcare IT, it is the latest addition to Nexsan’s global network of value-added resellers and OEM partners — the companies already share several customers, including

Lenox Hill Radiology (New York, NY) and

Metropolitan Diagnostic Imaging Group (Garden City, NY).



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