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Java kit devised for Web

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Merge Technologies has released the Java version of its MergeCOM-3 DICOM toolkit. The kit provides added flexibility in programming Internet applications, according to the company, promising enhanced development of portable, Web-based healthcare

Merge Technologies has released the Java version of its MergeCOM-3 DICOM toolkit. The kit provides added flexibility in programming Internet applications, according to the company, promising enhanced development of portable, Web-based healthcare applications. Siemens Medical Solutions is a beta test client.

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