Visiplex buys Nuclear Data camera

December 28, 1994

Multiformat camera and PACS firmVisiplex Instruments last month acquired worldwide sales and marketingrights to Nuclear Data's IV 4600 film recorder, which recordsvideo images from modalities that use an ultra-high line videosignal. The acquisition is

Multiformat camera and PACS firmVisiplex Instruments last month acquired worldwide sales and marketingrights to Nuclear Data's IV 4600 film recorder, which recordsvideo images from modalities that use an ultra-high line videosignal. The acquisition is the first step in a Visiplex plan toacquire Nuclear Data's entire line of film recorders, accordingto the Elmsford, NY, company.

Visiplex intends to dominate the field of multiformat camerasas long as the technology is available and plans to increase itsmarket share through acquisition, according to Seamus Carroll,vice president of sales and marketing. Visiplex moved into PACSwith the acquisition of Genesys earlier this year (SCAN 8/10/94).

At the RSNA meeting, Visiplex displayed MRI Read Station, a three-monitorconfiguration of Imlogix displays developed for MRI studies. Visiplexalso displayed a new Windows-based version of the FilmFax productformerly marketed by Genesys.