News | April 03, 2007

Toshiba Continues to Offer Vital Images’ Vitrea CT Software

April 4, 2007 — Vital Images, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise-wide advanced visualization and analysis software, and Toshiba Medical Systems Corp. have agreed to renew their U.S. and international marketing and distribution agreement for two years, through December 31, 2008.

As under the previous agreement, Toshiba will offer Vital Images' Vitrea software through its subsidiaries and distributors in more than 50 nations in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Australia, and Asia, except Japan. Since 2000, Toshiba has been providing Vitrea software as the advanced visualization and analysis software of choice to customers purchasing Toshiba's Aquilion and other CT scanners.

Vitrea software is Vital Images' advanced visualization solution that creates 2D, 3D and 4D images of human anatomy from CT (computed tomography) and MR (magnetic resonance) image data.
Vitrea uses an intuitive clinical workflow and automation to improve speed to clinical decisions and workflow simplicity over other visualization techniques.

For more information visit www.toshiba.com and www.vitalimages.com.

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