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Terason Launches New Company Website

Teratech Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of its new website: http://www.terason.com which is dedicated to providing our customers with the New Look of Ultrasound – The Technology, The Products, and The Company. Visitors to the website can easily navigate through the new site to find products, educational resources and Smart™ Training options to best suit their needs.

For over 15 years, Terason ultrasound technology has led the way in image quality standards. Now, that core technology has been coupled with proprietary ultrasound systems to deliver a new uSmart™ family of products. The website launch coincides with the recent release of the first in this product line, the uSmart 3200T Ultrasound System. Visit http://www.terason.com to see why this new platform has been deemed “disruptive technology” and is the only one of eight new products in 2013 “to achieve significant revenues.” (Klein Point-of-Care Report, 2013)

Terason customers can now easily navigate through the new innovative and interactive website. It showcases the differentiating features, unique technology, and Smart Training options available from Terason. The exclusive uConnect™ remote capability can be easily accessed from any page within the website. This feature will enable our customers to connect to Technical or Clinical Support in just one click. The video section provides an additional educational opportunity from thought leaders nationwide.

Jeffrey Sirek, General Manager of Global Operations for Terason, states “this is a significant step forward in our commercial efforts and represents a state-of-the-art experience required for today’s ultrasound customer. Our commitment to education, training and product advancement are clearly defined on the new website and continue to be a foundation of our company’s growth.”

As an industry pioneer, Terason developed and was the first to patent color portable ultrasound. Since then, with over 50 patents protecting the technology, our crystal clear image quality, open architecture, and customer dedication has earned us a reputation for excellence. This reputation is what motivates Terason every day to strive to exceed expectations and industry standards, providing our customers with the latest advancements in portable ultrasound.

About Terason

Terason, a division of Teratech Corporation began in 1994, drawing upon technology developed at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory. Dr. Alice Chiang, CEO and Chairman of the Board, founded the company to apply developments in the fields of radar, sonar, and telecommunications technologies to the demanding requirements of battlefield ultrasound. Recognizing that decades of breakthrough research for the Department of Defense could be applied to the challenges of mainstream ultrasound imaging, she formed the Terason division. With initial key patents protecting the integrated circuit technology she developed at MIT, Dr. Chiang dedicated Terason to the development of a micro-miniaturized commercial ultrasound system.

Today, we continue to revolutionize ultrasound with developments in high-performance portable systems. The new proprietary uSmart products provide exceptional imaging capability and the advanced features and functionality users have come to expect from Terason. These complete ultrasound solutions optimize workflow, enhance clinical efficacy, and increase productivity for everyday clinical needs.

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