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ATL/Interspec regroups after merger

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Ultrasound vendors ATL andInterspec have begun to reap benefits from their just-finalizedmerger. ATL's HDI CV cardiology ultrasound system was displayedat the Interspec booth at the American Society of Echocardiographyconference in San Francisco last

Ultrasound vendors ATL andInterspec have begun to reap benefits from their just-finalizedmerger. ATL's HDI CV cardiology ultrasound system was displayedat the Interspec booth at the American Society of Echocardiographyconference in San Francisco last month. The cardiology versionof Bothell, WA-based ATL's HDI platform was introduced in Europea year ago (SCAN 2/16/94).

HDI CV will now be handled by Interspec's cardiology-focusedsales force, allowing ATL's U.S. sales group to concentrate onradiology. In turn, Interspec's new Apogee RX400 radiology systemwill become a mid-tier offering in ATL's radiology line, positionedbeneath the premium Ultramark 9 HDI.

HDI CV was shown at the ASE meeting with two new probes. However,the enlarged ATL company has not yet combined Interspec technologywith its own. An Interspec-designed multifrequency pediatric transducerfor the HDI cardiac scanner should be coming soon.

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