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Siemens Markets InSite One's Solutions

May 8, 2007
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New York-based Siemens Medical Solutions has signed on to market Wallingford, Conn.-based InSite One's digital archiving, storage and disaster recovery services for diagnostic imaging.

InSite One's solution, InDex, provides a suite of managed solutions for DICOM archiving services including off-site capacity and disaster recovery.

According to InSite One, its experience in managing data storage and data delivery, combined with Siemens' experience in clinical workflow and information technology, will deliver a comprehensive tool for clients in the diagnostic imaging center market.



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