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TeraRecon sales grow

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Enterprise 3D servers and 3D imaging workstations are driving sales at TeraRecon of San Mateo, CA. The company announced Jan. 26 an 86% increase in bookings of these products, which are found in the Aquarius product line, during the past 12 months

Enterprise 3D servers and 3D imaging workstations are driving sales at TeraRecon of San Mateo, CA. The company announced Jan. 26 an 86% increase in bookings of these products, which are found in the Aquarius product line, during the past 12 months compared with the previous 12-month period. Sales are booming on the purchase of multiple workstations with servers, rather than single workstations, as had been more common in the past. The AquariusNET server is powered by multiple VolumePro rendering boards, allowing a single server to power an enterprise-wide network, accessed through client software running on PACS review stations or regular PCs, according to the company.

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