United Imaging Partners With SyntheticMR

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SyntheticMR AB and United Imaging have signed a global license agreement, through which United Imaging will market and sell SyntheticMR's product to customers globally.

SyntheticMR AB develops innovative imaging solutions to speed up imaging workflows and deliver diagnostic support to clinicians. United Imaging was founded in 2011 and is a global provider of advanced medical imaging equipment with global headquarters in Shanghai. The license agreement enables United Imaging to market and sell SyntheticMR's full product package SyMRI NEURO, which provides multiple contrast images, tissue volumes, including industry-first myelin-correlated volumes, and quantitative data in a single, short MRI scan.

"As we partner strategically to serve the needs of our customers, today and in the future, we handpick partners that align with our brand," commented Steve Tan, global head of the MR business for United Imaging. "Like us, SyntheticMR AB is focused on putting the most modern tools in the hands of clinicians so they can help more patients access the most advanced care possible."

"Our partnership with United Imaging enables us to reach more healthcare providers to help speed up workflows and deliver robust, quantitative data to clinicians," says Ulrik Harrysson, CEO SyntheticMR AB. "United Imaging has a strong position in China and a growing global presence. We look forward to working with them to further strengthen and establish our technology on the global market."

Globally, United Imaging surpassed 10,000 installed imaging systems in 2020; it also opened its first headquarters in the United States, located in Houston, Texas, to accelerate meeting demand in that market and position the company for further growth in the region. The company celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2021.

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United Imaging Partners With SyntheticMR.  Appl Radiol. 

By News Release| February 09, 2021

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