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ALI upgrades user interface with NeXT

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Ultrasound PACS company ALITechnologies of Richmond, British Columbia, hopes to gain marketingheft from a new relationship with computer software developerNeXT Computers of Redwood City, CA. ALI signed on last month as a member of Object Channel, a

Ultrasound PACS company ALITechnologies of Richmond, British Columbia, hopes to gain marketingheft from a new relationship with computer software developerNeXT Computers of Redwood City, CA.

ALI signed on last month as a member of Object Channel, a marketinggroup established to support NeXT partners and help them incorporateNeXT software into their products. ALI plans to upgrade the operatorinterface on its UltraPACS system with the NeXT technology, accordingto president Chris Hanna.

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