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NEW YORK – Japanese diagnostics device firm Sysmex and artificial intelligence company Optim said on Friday  that they have agreed to establish a joint venture aimed at the development and operation of services and platforms for digital medicine.

The two companies formed a business alliance this February and have been collaborating on initiatives to combine Sysmex’s global sales and service network with Optim’s artificial intelligence and data management technologies, including a product it calls Optim Cloud IoT OS. 

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