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Company Overview of TeraRecon, Inc.

Company Overview

TeraRecon, Inc. develops and delivers enterprise medical image management and visualization solutions for healthcare enterprises worldwide. The company develops a portfolio of products and technologies that advance the performance, quality, functionality, and integration of image processing and 3D visualization systems. It offers iNtuition, an enterprise-wide image management and visualization solution that supports a range of tools for neuroimaging analysis and research, oncology and clinical research, volumetric cardiac and coronary imaging, and vascular and interventional planning. The company also provides iNtuitionREVIEW, a vendor-neutral-viewer that integrates traditional 2D workflow w...

4000 East 3rd Avenue

Suite 200

Foster City, CA 94404

United States

Founded in 1997





Key Executives for TeraRecon, Inc.

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Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

TeraRecon, Inc. Key Developments

TeraRecon Announces the Launch of its 3D Print Pack Portal Within the University of Utah Health’d Clinical Environment, Extending 3D Printing Access to Physicians Throughout the Health System

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics together with TeraRecon announced the launch of TeraRecon’s 3D Print Pack Portal within the University of Utah Health’s clinical environment, extending 3D printing access to physicians throughout the health system. Surgeons and specialists throughout the University of Utah have been advocates and early adopters of 3D Printing technology for years, finding ways to reduce surgical time and improve patient outcomes. As interest in the technology spread, physicians sought to provide better access to printing and improved clinical workflow, giving 3D Printing the runway to make faster, broader impact across more departments. TeraRecon’s 3D Print Pack Portal is a direct extension of their iNtuition advanced visualization solution which is already a critical part of University of Utah’s existing medical imaging workflow. Users can segment imaging studies in their native tools and export for printing directly from iNtuition, without the need for any 3rd party segmentation tools or diminished file type conversions. With TeraRecon’s 3D Print Pack Portal, prints maintain full color and image detail exactly as they are displayed in the TeraRecon advanced visualization system. Segmentations are uploaded to the Portal and exchanged for Print Pack Credits which are purchased on a subscription or bulk basis. From the Portal, studies are ready for outsourced printing by WhiteClouds. This workflow model offers fast turn-around times, the widest variety of materials and printers on the market, and eliminates overhead costs typically associated with onsite 3D printing labs.

Terarecon, Inc. Announces the Release of Version 4.4.13 of iNtuition™ software

TeraRecon announced the release of version 4.4.13 of their iNtuition™ software, bringing over 175 new feature and workflow enhancements to its best-in-class advanced visualization platform. This latest release brings major advancements throughout the breadth of TeraRecon’s clinical packages including high-end research Cardiac MR capabilities, TAVR planning innovations, spine labeling, multiphase for breast and prostate MRI, and more. Significant usability enhancements are a result of new image processing engines working in concert with user interface improvements to create a cleaner, more intuitive user experience for clinicians and technologists alike. In terms of underlying scalability and performance, TeraRecon has replaced its award-winning VolumePro™ ASIC-based volume rendering technology with an even more powerful and faster offering called VP CUDA. Current customers can upgrade affordably via a simple 1-hour field upgrade to experience speed increases up to 400%. Significant improvements are seen across the application in terms of image loading, responsiveness, multi-user performance, and fine mode detail. Additionally, iNtuition with VP CUDA allows for unlimited scalability and virtualization to meet the advanced technology needs of growing organizations.

TeraRecon Inc. Wins $2.19 Million Federal Contract

TeraRecon Inc. won a $2,188,578.40 federal contract from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for 3D advanced visualization systems for the VA Puget Sound Health Care System in Seattle.

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