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Fusion Research Company Profile

Fusion was started in 2003 by a small team of successful entrepreneurs from the cutting edge world of dynamic medical imaging and storage. The partners founded and ran their venture backed company for a number of years before successfully selling it to a public entity. Having been in the demanding medical environment for many years, the founders wanted to take their experience into a new and exciting area, which is when they decided to start Fusion Research. The team at Fusion has a deep understanding of the underlying technology of digital imaging, storage and networking as well as the use of protocols and control for system communications. They bring their significant domain knowledge and expertise to the new and emerging area of imaging and networking in the residential and commercial market using open IP based products. Visit Fusion Research at CEDIA 2013 at booth #838.

About Fusion Research




500 La Gonda Way
Suite 101
Danville, California
94526
United States of America
P: 925-217-1233
F: 208 693-7429

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