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PACS and DR vendors form alliance

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RealTimeImage has agreed to license its iPACS software to Wuestec, best known as a developer of digital radiography. Under the agreement, Wuestec will integrate the image-streaming software into its DX2000 DR x-ray receptor to provide built-in real-time

RealTimeImage has agreed to license its iPACS software to Wuestec, best known as a developer of digital radiography. Under the agreement, Wuestec will integrate the image-streaming software into its DX2000 DR x-ray receptor to provide built-in real-time image-sharing capabilities over the Internet. The deal also affords Wuestec the right to market iPACS software internationally as part of a line of PACS and related telemedicine products and services. RealTimeImage’s streaming technology requires no preprocessing or duplicate archives, thereby assuring immediate access to original data. Images remain on the main server, helping to ensure patient privacy.

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