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Samplify Systems Announces Availability of Compression for Computed Tomography; Integrated Slip-Ring Solution to be Jointly Developed with Schleifring und Apparatebau and Tokyo Electron Device Ltd.
Date:5/12/2008

SANTA CLARA, Calif., FURSTENFELDBRUCK, Germany and YOKOHAMA CITY, Japan, May 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Samplify Systems, Inc., a real-time compression technology company, Schleifring und Apparatebau GmbH, the market leading slip- ring manufacturer to the medical and defense markets, and Tokyo Electron Device Ltd (TED), a leading manufacturer of Xilinx application boards, today announced an agreement for the joint development of the world's first slip- ring integrating Samplify's patented Prism CT(TM) signal compression technology for the medical computed tomography (CT) market. Samplify's Prism CT(TM) compression engine is the first compression technology purpose-built to expand the capacity of CT data acquisition subsystems. By integrating signal compression technology into the slip-ring Schleifring und Apparatebau will not only meet the demands of next generation CT machines, but also offer a cost- effective drop-in replacement for existing machines. TED will supply customized inrevium(TM) application boards for both data acquisition on the rotating gantry, and a PCIe-based data termination card for the host workstation.

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"Schleifring is the clear leader in the market for slip-rings for the CT and defense markets, and TED demonstrates their ability to deliver custom hardware solutions around our technology," said Tom Sparkman, Samplify CEO. "We have seen great interest from CT manufacturers in our compression technology, and partnering with Schleifring and TED will accelerate our ability to deliver real hardware-based compression solutions to them."

"Samplify's lossless compression technology is an important tool to help our slip-ring customers meet their exploding data requirements for future CT or radar platforms, while lowering costs on existing platforms," said Kurt Dollhofer, Managing Director,
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