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Dicomit adds InTelemed to ranks of OEM partners

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Dicomit adds InTelemed to ranks of OEM partnersDicomit Imaging of Richmond Hill, Ontario, broadened its distribution channels through an agreement with systems integrator InTelemed. InTelemed will sell Dicomit's DICOM Image Manager, a

Dicomit adds InTelemed
to ranks of OEM partners

Dicomit Imaging of Richmond Hill, Ontario, broadened its distribution channels through an agreement with systems integrator InTelemed. InTelemed will sell Dicomit's DICOM Image Manager, a connectivity device that converts legacy ultrasound signals into the DICOM 3.0 standard.

Privately labeling the systems as InTelePACS Ultrasound Image Manager, Oklahoma City-based InTelemed will sell the systems in the U.S. through its six regional offices.

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