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DesAcc signs on U.K. distributor

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DesAcc signs on U.K. distributorDICOM software developer DesAcc has signed a distributor agreement with Max MediTel of Cambridge, England. Max MediTel will distribute the Chicago-based firm’s DICOM software tools in the U.K.DesAcc’s

DesAcc signs on U.K. distributor

DICOM software developer DesAcc has signed a distributor agreement with Max MediTel of Cambridge, England. Max MediTel will distribute the Chicago-based firm’s DICOM software tools in the U.K.

DesAcc’s products include Digital Jacket, a PC-based personal archive that is used by over 200 different models of DICOM-compliant scanners, according to the company. Other products include low-cost DICOM plug-ins for off-the-shelf graphics software as well as libraries for OEM manufacturers.

Max MediTel serves as the systems development and sales arm of Max Medical Software, a U.K. firm that produces and markets orthopedic patient record software, 3-D cameras for surgical planning, and telemedicine systems for the U.K. National Health Service and several other European Union countries.

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