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ComView upgrades cardiology Web site

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After launching eTeleCardiology.com at last year's American College of Cardiology meeting (HNN 4/19/00) and gaining 3000 registered users in the first 30 days, ComView has refurbished the infrastructure of its cardiology Web site to add more

After launching eTeleCardiology.com at last year's American College of Cardiology meeting (HNN 4/19/00) and gaining 3000 registered users in the first 30 days, ComView has refurbished the infrastructure of its cardiology Web site to add more scalability features. The privately held firm has moved the eTeleCardiology image storage and transmission services onto a Linux platform, using Java Server Pages and Oracle's SQL database technology. ComView offers eTeleCardiology and the related ViewStar PC viewer free of charge, relying on sponsorships from companies such as Medtronic, Guidant, Eli Lilly, and Boston Scientific. The firm plans to expand its product offerings to include data storage and remote access.

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