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bringing Digital Pathology to life

Wednesday,  03/26/08  09:41 PM

Aperio - bringing digital pathology to life...A little Aperio chest beating, if I may...

Tonight I was reading a detailed report from one of Aperio's channel managers.  Included was a link to a demo site hosted by Nippon Roper, our Japanese distributor:

http://aperio.dip.jp:82/

Naturally I poked around a bit, and was pleased to note the remote viewing performance was quite good.

As I was sitting here viewing these digital slides from some server in Japan, I suddenly got chills.  These are actual Japanese Pathology slides, real data, scanned on the other side of the Earth using our instruments, hosted on the other side of the Earth using our software, and I’m able to view these images right here, at my desk in my house.  How cool is that?

This is really incredible. This is the vision that drove Aperio from the beginning, and we are making it a reality.

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