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RealTimeImage gets $9 million infusion

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RealTimeImage netted $9 million in its latest round of financing. The international group of investors included Belgian investment fund Dor, Scitex Corporation, the Challenge Fund, and Intel (through the Intel 64 fund). Dor is funded by

RealTimeImage netted $9 million in its latest round of financing. The international group of investors included Belgian investment fund Dor, Scitex Corporation, the Challenge Fund, and Intel (through the Intel 64 fund). Dor is funded by several international companies involved in the printing industry, including Agfa, Heidelberger, and Scitex. Dor now values RTI at $72 million.


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