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Fovia Expands Into Veterinary Imaging Market

Animage's Multi-Modality Solution Delivers HDVR(R)

PALO ALTO, CA and PLEASANTON, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/31/13 -- Fovia Inc., a global leader in advanced visualization, and Animage, LLC, an innovative developer and manufacturer of veterinary imaging equipment, today announced that Animage will enhance its product offering by integrating Fovia's High Definition Volume Rendering® into Fidex, its unique, three-modality diagnostic imaging system.

Fidex combines computed tomography (CT), digital radiography (DR) and fluoroscopy to provide a cost-effective, small footprint solution, therefore making in-house 3D viable for veterinarians and animal researchers. Fovia's CPU-based HDVR® enables Animage to offer "on-the-fly" advanced visualization to veterinarians and researchers on most major operating systems (Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS), greatly expanding 3D imaging accessibility, flexibility and scalability in the veterinary field.

Fovia's server-based architecture enables thin-client delivery of unrivaled image quality and performance anytime, anywhere. In the veterinary market, Fovia's flagship products, HDVR® Connect and HDVR® Mobile, provide unprecedented advancement in diagnosis, treatment and pre-surgical planning. With HDVR, veterinarians have rapid access to highly detailed images, therefore enabling them to make quick, well-reasoned decisions. In cases where remote specialists are needed, Fovia's unique architecture facilitates seamless, real-time collaboration.

"The level of detail that Fovia's HDVR software provides allows exploration of structures never before seen in veterinary medicine," said Horst Bruning, President and CEO of Animage. "With 3D imaging becoming increasingly important in our field, we are thrilled to be on the cutting-edge of veterinary clinical care and research by using Fovia's best-in-class rendering."

Ken Fineman, Chief Executive Officer of Fovia, stated, "We are excited to be working with a company that has put such extensive thought into the unique needs of their market. Fidex successfully addresses the need for a mutli-modality, cost-effective, small-footprint imaging solution for veterinary offices and research facilities."

About Fovia, Inc.

Fovia, Inc. was founded in 2003 to address the challenge of data explosion -- the exponentially increasing amount of data being acquired by modern imaging modalities. The firm has developed a CPU-based, High Definition Volume Rendering software solution that leverages and scales with multi-core, multi-processor and multi-threaded generational processor development. Fovia's HDVR Connect and HDVR Mobile solutions are more scalable, cost effective, flexible, and easily deployable on an enterprise-wide basis than GPU or other hardware-based approaches. They can be easily and natively integrated into various original equipment manufacturers' offerings, thereby enabling OEMs to deliver unrivaled image quality and uncompromised performance, both locally and remotely, in 2D, 3D and 4D advanced volume visualization applications. More information can be found at www.fovia.com.

About Animage, LLC:

Animage, LLC develops and manufactures cutting-edge radiological imaging technology and equipment designed specifically for companion animal veterinary practice and research environments. Animage, LLC was founded in 2008 to bring advanced diagnostic imaging technology to the veterinary practice market. Animage, LLC is a subsidiary of Exxim Computing Corporation (www.exxim-cc.com), a diagnostic imaging software company founded in 2002. Exxim is a specialist in 3D imaging, tomographic image reconstruction, and 3D visualization for medical and NDT applications. Exxim has customers worldwide, such as Siemens and Imaging Sciences, who use Exxim's software to optimize the performance and diagnostic value of their diagnostic imaging hardware.

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Contact Information:

Fovia, Inc.
Shay Kilby
866.3D.FOVIA or 415.290.1717
Fax: 650.618.2797
Email Contact
www.fovia.com

Animage, LLC
Horst Bruning, Ph.D
925.416.1900 x111
Email Contact
http://www.animage.com/

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