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InSiteOne signs partners, banks cash

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Data storage specialist InSiteOne has recruited Ultimate Medical Services to bundle InSiteOne's pay-as-you-go disaster recovery and other storage options with a line of PACS to create a complete digital image management and archiving solution. InSiteOne

Data storage specialist InSiteOne has recruited Ultimate Medical Services to bundle InSiteOne's pay-as-you-go disaster recovery and other storage options with a line of PACS to create a complete digital image management and archiving solution. InSiteOne has also allied with Force 3, an information technology provider, to develop joint products and services addressing network assessments, security, and image storage. InSiteOne plans to use financing recently obtained from ATEL Ventures to expand its business plan, sign on new clients, and expand core services. The size of the financing package was not publicly disclosed.

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