NICE, FRANCE -- (Marketwire) -- 11/01/12 -- QUBYX Software Technologies Ltd., a display calibration solutions provider, and Shareden Group, Inc., a Healthcare IT consulting company, have announced that they will present QUBYX medical imaging products at the upcoming 2012 Radiological Society of North America annual meeting. The exhibits will include PerfectLum medical monitor calibration and QA software and the newly presented FDA approved medical display Dell U3011 & PerfectLum.
"We are looking forward to presenting our products to the radiology community," says Marc Leppla, Director of QUBYX. "PerfectLum software and the Dell U3011 display bundle are certain to become critical tools for the medical imaging industry, providing high quality and cost-efficiency."
"The introduction of the FDA approved Dell U3011 & PerfectLum software bundle to the U.S. market will offer an exceptional medical-grade display at a highly competitive price point," says R. Manielle Johnson, President of Shareden Group. "This is a perfect fit for our clients seeking to reduce costs while maintaining the highest medical imaging standards."
Dell UltraSharp U3011 is a 30-inch 4MP medical display with a resolution of 2560x1600 pixels, a typical brightness of 370 cd/m2 and IPS (in-plane switching) panel technology. The display is designed to provide more consistent colors, a brighter picture from different angles and brilliance across the color spectrum. With the bundled PerfectLum application, the Dell U3011 is delivered DICOM-calibrated, with the possibility of 10-bit hardware re-calibration, DICOM conformance and luminance checks, as well as acceptance and constancy tests. The display bundle has received the FDA 510 (k) clearance as a medical device.
The DICOM calibration and QA software PerfectLum 3.0 allows performing DICOM, Gamma and CIE L* calibrations, conformance tests, verification of white level, luminance level and display uniformity, and quality assurance tests in accordance with AAPM TG18, DIN 6868-57,DIN 6868-157, JESRA X-0093, IEC 62563-1 regulations. Such PerfectLum features as calibration of multiple displays, connected to one workstation, and remote management of multiple workstations from one location will be beneficial to networks of healthcare facilities and telemedicine.
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QUBYX is a technology contributor to medical imaging and color management industries. QUBYX solutions include display management systems, color calibration and verification software for medical imaging and defense industries use. QUBYX software ensures that the quality of display image always conforms to the highest standards of any industry relying on professional monitors. QUBYX Software Technologies Ltd. is a privately owned company, based in Nice, France. For more information about QUBYX, visit www.qubyx.com. To read more about PerfectLum go to www.perfectlum.com.
About Shareden Group
Shareden Group is a U.S. based Health IT consulting firm and value added reseller providing advanced technology to healthcare organizations nationwide. Shareden Group provides comprehensive products to enhance patient engagement, increase data access and improve workflow, enabling healthcare providers to optimize management of clinical processes. The Company's software solutions help healthcare organizations become technologically efficient, patient-centric and profitable. For more information about the Shareden Group, please visit www.sharedengroup.com.
For further details and interview, please contact
Mr. Marc Leppla
QUBYX Software Technologies Ltd.
tel. +33 (0)4 97 03 23 00
fax +33 (0)955 880 096
Mr. R. Manielle Johnson
Shareden Group, Inc.
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