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Agfa wins Saudi PACS deal

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Seven clinical sites across Saudi Arabia have contracted to implement PACS from Agfa. The company cut the deal with the state-owned Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) in Dhahran to install the systems over the next year at clinical sites in Ash

Seven clinical sites across Saudi Arabia have contracted to implement PACS from Agfa. The company cut the deal with the state-owned Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) in Dhahran to install the systems over the next year at clinical sites in Ash Sharqiyah (Eastern Province). The seven sites primarily serve the local workforce of Saudi Aramco whose medical services organization generates 200,000 studies annually, constituting a data volume of 6 terabytes.

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