Aurora Announces Joining Hitachi Data Systems Technology Alliance Program

| March 21, 2012

First Aperio and Dell, now Aurora and Hitachi. 


MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA- March 20, 2012 – Aurora Interactive announced today that it has joined the Hitachi Data Systems Technology Alliance Program.  This will allow Aurora to deliver data management and digital pathology solutions to their clients, giving clients timely control of their data and medical choices.

“Aurora is proud to join the Hitachi Data Systems Technology Alliance Program. Hitachi Data Systems is a globally respected leader in the IT industry, and one of the premier technology and services providers to the medical field. Joining this program will allow us to seamlessly fulfill the needs of our clients who have taken the next step in digital pathology adoption and require universal and vendor neutral mass data management solutions. Our participation in the Hitachi Data Systems Technology Alliance Program is fully aligned with our strategy of universality and interoperability and our commitment to giving our clients control over their data and medical choices. As HDS believes that data drives our world and information is the new currency, Aurora believes that timely and efficient data and information access is the key to better patient care and outcomes,” stated Pierre Le Fèvre, President and Chief Executive Officer, Aurora Interactive.

“Hitachi Data Systems would like to welcome Aurora Interactive to our Technology Alliance Program. We strongly believe in partnering with best-in-breed providers to bring our clients leading technologies to pair with our data management systems. Aurora Interactive is an ideal digital pathology partner for us,” said Dave Wilson, senior director, Global Health Solutions,, Hitachi Data Systems.

About Aurora Interactive Ltd.

Aurora Interactive has developed the leading web based software platform (mScope) for simplification, productivity and ease of communications.  mScope’s Universal Web Viewer has collaborative tools to view medical slides and images anytime, anywhere, regardless of file format.  The software has four applications to aid digital pathology web based communications needs: mScope Education, mScope Clinical, mScope Research and mScope Universal Viewer. Aurora’s mission is to improve patient outcomes and help members of the medical community achieve their full potential by eliminating the learning, diagnostic and collaborative restrictions imposed by time and space. 

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