Sectra signs co-operation agreement with Mirada Solutions

Sectra increases customer benefit through new partnership: Sectra signs co-operation agreement with Mirada Solutions The Swedish IT and medical technology company Sectra widens its Clinical Solutions Network by signing a co-operation agreement with Mirada Solutions Ltd, an Oxford UK based medical software development company. Through the agreement Mirada´s solution for image fusion is fully integrated into Sectra´s system for handling digital x-ray images. Mirada's Fusion7DTM solution provides rigid and deformable image fusion for CT, PET, SPECT and MRI applications. Included within the Fusion7DTM package is a range of 3D visualisation and measurement tools to maximise the clinical and diagnostic value of multi-modal registration and fusion. "With the Sectra Clinical Solutions Network, we aim at maximizing the benefits that users derive from our PACS connected workstations by being able to offer a broad range of highly specialized clinical applications that can be seamlessly integrated into our workstations", says Dr. Torbjörn Kronander, President of Sectra Imtec AB. "Our advanced image fusion technology integrated with one of the leading PACS platforms improves the accessibility of our technology to US and European customers alike", says Christian Behrenbruch Ph.D, Vice President of Product Development for Mirada Solutions Ltd. "This increases customer satisfaction". About Sectra Clinical Solutions Network The Clinical Solutions Network (CSN) is the unifying concept of Sectra's co-operation with third party vendors connected to the Sectra software products in the medical field. Sectra provides open software products for radiology applications with interfaces that third party actors easily can integrate to. The CSN invites both commercial and researching actors to develop new functionality connected to the Sectra software solutions. About Sectra Imtec Sectra is one of today's major PACS providers with more than 300 PACS installations worldwide. The Swedish based company operates through partners in most of the world, but delivers directly to end customers in Northern Europe. The core business is to deliver top-of-the-line high- availability, robust enterprise PACS for 24/7 operation. In Sweden and Norway, which are currently the countries with the largest penetration of PACS in the world, Sectra holds a dominant market leadership with more than 50% of all film free installations. The company has its largest number of installed systems in Sweden, Norway and the US (through partners), but has also an installed base in Germany, Finland, UK, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, Turkey, Portugal, Switzerland and the Far East. For further information, please contact: Sectra Imtec AB, Dr. Torbjörn Kronander, President, +46 705 23 52 27, to-kro@sectra.se or Sectra AB, Dr. Jan-Olof Brüer, President and CEO, +46 705 23 52 09, job@sectra.se Visit our website http://www.sectra.com Sectra's operations Sectra has its roots in Linköping Technical University and is one of Sweden's fastest growing high-tech companies in the IT area. Since the mid-1980s, Sectra has successfully conducted development and sales of high-technology medical IT and telecommunications products. Today, the business includes products in medical systems, secure communication systems and wireless information systems. Sectra's medical business is conducted in Sectra Imtec AB, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sectra AB. Internationally, Sectra PACS is marketed and sold through different partners. Business is conducted in six countries with a total of 250 employees. Sales for the fiscal year May 2001-April 2002 reached SEK 426 million. Since March 1999, Sectra's shares have been quoted on the O list of the Stockholm Exchange. ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker http://www.waymaker.net The following files are available for download: http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2002/11/22/20021122BIT00250/wkr0001.doc http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2002/11/22/20021122BIT00250/wkr0002.pdf

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