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Frost & Sullivan Awards CardioComm Solutions, Inc. the North American Enabling Technology Award for Cardiac Monitoring Technology.

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Frost & Sullivan Awards CardioComm Solutions, Inc. the North American Enabling Technology Award for Cardiac Monitoring Technology. PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Sept. 25, 2012 -- CardioComm Solutions technology recognized as an enabler for quality remote access diagnostic interactions between consumers, patients, and physicians. MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Sept. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on completion of their analysis of the cardiac rhythm monitoring technology industry, Frost & Sullivan recognizes CardioComm Solutions, Inc. ("CardioComm Solutions") with the 2012 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Enabling Technology. CardioComm Solutions is especially recognized for leveraging its SMART Monitoring technology to launch a fully scalable and cost-effective electrocardiograph (ECG) and arrhythmia monitoring solution. CardioComm Solutions has demonstrated industry leadership by introducing their ECG management and monitoring solutions, well-known in the medical establishment space, into the consumer market well ahead of its time. CardioComm Solutions is also the first company to offer over-the-counter (OTC) cardiac rhythm monitoring devices with the option of physician driven ECG interpretive services. CardioComm Solutions focused on what it knew best, ECGs, and came up with the HeartCheck™ ECG Handheld Monitor, HeartCheck™ PEN, and SMART Monitoring service as an extension of their proprietary medical monitoring technologies.

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Frost & Sullivan Awards CardioComm Solutions, Inc. the North American Enabling Technology Award for Cardiac Monitoring Technology.
PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Sept. 25, 2012
-- CardioComm Solutions technology recognized as an enabler for quality remote access diagnostic interactions between consumers, patients, and physicians. MOUNTAIN VIEW, California,Sept. 25, 2012/PRNewswire/ -- Based on completion of their analysis of the cardiac rhythm monitoring technology industry, Frost & Sullivan recognizes CardioComm Solutions, Inc. ("CardioComm Solutions") with the 2012 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Enabling Technology. CardioComm Solutions is especially recognized for leveraging its SMART Monitoring technology to launch a fully scalable and cost-effective electrocardiograph (ECG) and arrhythmia monitoring solution. CardioComm Solutions has demonstrated industry leadership by introducing their ECG management and monitoring solutions, well-known in the medical establishment space, into the consumer market well ahead of its time. CardioComm Solutions is also the first company to offer over-the-counter (OTC) cardiac rhythm monitoring devices with the option of physician driven ECG interpretive services. CardioComm Solutions focused on what it knew best, ECGs, and came up with the HeartCheck™ ECG Handheld Monitor, HeartCheck™ PEN, and SMART Monitoring service as an extension of their proprietary medical monitoring technologies. SMART Monitoring powers the HeartCheck™ devices using the company's proprietary GEMS™ and GlobalCardio™ software. The resulting cardiac monitoring solution is a globally expandable ECG and arrhythmia monitoring solution. The prescriptive HeartCheck™ devices are portable, handheld, user-friendly devices which can take accurate readings anytime in just 30 seconds. The HeartCheck™ ECG monitor can store up to 200 ECG recordings. The OTC-cleared HeartCheck™ PEN can hold up to 20 heart rhythm recordings. Recorded data is rapidly transferred through the SMART Monitoring solution to a physician or medical call center through CardioComm Solutions' own GlobalCardio™ software. The HeartCheck™ PEN SMART Monitoring solution incorporates the company's consumer version of its proprietary GEMS™ software known as GEMS™ Home. As further proof of its foresight, CardioComm Solutions is completing the rewriting of both its ECG management source code as well as ECG viewer programs to ensure compatibility with any new operating system (OS) that might come up in the next eight to ten years. "CardioComm Solutions believes in a one-to-many, software-to-device relationship that allows its clients, whether they are hospitals, medical centers, or physicians' offices, the flexibility to buy the ECG monitoring hardware