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TEAC Forms Strategic Alliance With SST Group, Inc. to Distribute Its Next Generation Medical Disc Publishing Systems Into Medical Market

MONTEBELLO, Calif., Nov. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- TEAC, a premier manufacturer of Disc Publishing Products, announces its alliance with SST Group, Inc., to distribute its next generation medical disc publishing systems into the medical market.

TEAC's Medical Disc Publishing Systems are fourth generation products featuring a next generation dye-sublimation / thermal fusion print technology that provides the highest resolution and one of the least expensive cost per prints in the industry today. TEAC Disc Publishing Systems feature a new robotic arm and picking mechanism which are designed to provide unsurpassed durability and enhanced serviceability. TEAC printer also gives the medical facility the ability to custom print USB flash media with its Hospital logo and Patient information.

"Finally the medical industry has an alternative for thermal CD burners. TEAC's heritage and understanding of mission critical applications will make them a leader in the medical industry for years to come," noted Richard Murphy, President, SST Group, Inc. "Not only has SST Group played a key role in defining performance and reliability standards for medical grade recording media, but we have also redefined the distribution and management of patient studies with our DICOM Media Creator (DMC) systems," he concluded. "We are looking forward to advancing the field even further with TEAC's new line of Medical Disc Publishing Systems on display at the RSNA 2008."

"TEAC is excited to be partners with SST Group, Inc., in marketing TEAC's full line of disc publishing products to the medical market," says Les Luzar, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, TEAC America, Inc. "TEAC will continue to offer more products for the medical industry in the near future and SST Group, Inc., will be our partner in offering these products to our customers in the medical industry."

TEAC Medical Disc Publishing Product: Increased Durability and Enhanced Serviceability

TEAC Medical Disc Publishing Systems help medical facilities meet the increasing demand for the creation of patient media across the medical enterprise. TEAC has designed a product which is extremely robust and reliable. All of the major components of its new product line are manufactured by TEAC (Robotics, Recorders and Printer) which is an industry first. This manufacturing control gives TEAC complete control of finished solution and the ability to adapt to the market very quickly. The TEAC product provides an institution with enormous flexibility: A printing technology which provides the highest resolution available today along with a low cost per print.

The new TEAC Publishing systems contain three burners which provide the user increased throughput and a choice between CD and DVD when recording patient studies. The multiple recorders also provide the site an easy way to upgrade to Blu-Ray for shelf archive, while continuing to maintain dual drive CD/DVD capability for speed and capacity relating to media distribution. The recorders are manufactured by TEAC providing high recording capability, faster tray operation, self checking mechanism for recording quality and a function to count total recording time for easy maintenance. The TEAC systems all come with embedded servers which are capable of hosting SST's DICOM application along with storing patient studies.

The latest generations of digital modalities pose no problem for TEAC's new Medical Disc Publishing Systems. TEAC's systems are designed to receive and store large data sets while producing patient media at a very rapid pace. As the industry has embraced the use of CD and DVD for image exchange over the past few years, CD burners have quickly become a mission critical device in any institution. TEAC has designed a new CD/DVD picking mechanism that provides unsurpassed reliability. The days of mis-picks or putting two pieces of media in a drive tray are over. TEAC has also designed a new robotic arm for increased reliability. The need to schedule a service call to realign the robotic arm is over with the new TEAC Systems. TEAC also includes a front load DVD-ROM on its new systems for quick easy import of DICOM studies. The integrated DVD-ROM will eliminate the need to buy an external device for import or struggle to utilize one of the burners inside the system being used for production for import.

TEAC America, Inc. and SST Group, Inc. will present their product lines for the medical market at the RSNA Show, at Chicago's McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, November 30-December 5th, 2008, South Building - Hall A, Booth # 3704. More information is available on the TEAC's web site,, or SST Group's web site at or calling the TEAC disc publishing line at 323-727-4859 or emailing us at

About SST Group, Inc.

SST Group, Inc. is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and is a leading provider of Storage and Distribution Solutions for the medical market. SST's turnkey hardware and software solutions are specifically designed for large and small facilities and have been installed in over 1000 sites worldwide. SST's medical grade media is manufactured in strict compliance with CGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practices) guidelines. SST offers an extensive line of multi-modality medical grade recording media including CD-R, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM Magneto-Optical Discs as well as USB flash and hard drives.

About TEAC America, Inc.

TEAC America, Inc., the largest subsidiary of the Japanese electronics maker TEAC, distributes high grade audio/video electronics, consumer electronics, computer data recording and storage devices, computer peripherals and professional recording equipment as well as disc publishing and duplication products. Products are marketed by TEAC America under the brand names ESOTERIC, TEAC and TASCAM. TEAC America, Inc. was established in 1967.

For additional information, contact:

                                TEAC America, Inc.
                             Attn.: Aris H. Gharapetian
                               Director of Marketing
                                7733 Telegraph Road
                                Montebello, CA 90640
                                  (323) 727-4854

    Aris H. Gharapetian
    Director of Marketing
    Tel: 323-727-4854

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