Real Time Tomography, NVIDIA team up

By staff writers

November 29, 2010 -- Real Time Tomography debuted its new AndaraGPU breast image processing software at this week's RSNA meeting in Chicago. The software is designed to speed image reconstruction and improve clinical workflow in breast imaging, according to the Philadelphia-based firm.

Using Quadro professional graphics processing units (GPUs) from NVIDIA of Santa Clara, CA, and AdaraGPU yields processing speeds up to 10 times faster than conventional central processing unit (CPU)-based image processes, according to the companies. AdaraGPU features an integrated plug-and-play design to enhance performance of mammography systems.

The companies are also demonstrating Briona, a real-time GPU-accelerated 3D image reconstruction software for digital breast tomosynthesis, at RSNA 2010. Briona is currently in beta development and for investigational use only.

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