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Merge and Pegasus cross-license technologies

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Merge Technologies and Pegasus Imaging have agreed to cross-license medical image compression and DICOM technologies. Merge will integrate Pegasus' JPEG and wavelet compression technologies into Merge products. Pegasus will integrate Merge's

Merge Technologies and Pegasus Imaging have agreed to cross-license medical image compression and DICOM technologies. Merge will integrate Pegasus' JPEG and wavelet compression technologies into Merge products. Pegasus will integrate Merge's DICOM technologies into its medical image manipulation software. Merge says it is using Pegasus' compression technology to enable its OEM and end-user customers to deliver DICOM images rapidly, even when bandwidth is limited.


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