New company to specialise in biomedical imaging

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Mercury Computer Systems has formed a new, wholly-owned subsidiary - Visage Imaging - to concentrate on the life sciences and medical businesses.

The new company will deliver Mercury's growing portfolio of imaging and visualisation products and services, to its expanding customer base of international OEM and clinical partners

These include the researchers at the Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, who are using its products to optimise data management for computed tomography (CT) angiography, and whole-body MR (magnetic resonance) imaging

Visage Imaging's customisable solutions will include advanced tools for 2D, 3D, and 4D image interpretation, post-processing, management and distribution. They will be hardware independent, and accessible within the PACS workflow.

'We're excited about the opportunities for growth across many market segments of life sciences visualisation, and of the expanded capabilities we’ll provide our customers,' said Marcelo Lima, President of Visage Imaging. 'We bring 20-plus years' experience and expertise in the design of diagnostic medical imaging solutions to our customers.'

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