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Dell To Acquire InSite One

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Dell announced this morning that it will acquire InSite One. The Wallingford, CT company offers cloud-based, vendor-neutral medical image storage and archiving, with 800 clinical sites as customers. Its InDex enterprise architecture is based on the IHE framework and supports recovery and migration services.

Dell says the company’s technology will extend Dell’s Unified Clinical Archive solution.

Berk Smith, Dell’s vice president over healthcare and life sciences, said, “As the first company to bring cloud technology to the medical archive space, InSite One will help Dell’s healthcare customers take advantage of the economics and scalability of the cloud for medical archiving and retention. And looking beyond archiving, the cloud will also be a valuable tool for information exchange which is foundational to the transformation of healthcare.”

Terms of the acquisition were not announced.

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