Quorum Technologies Inc.

July 10th 2020 IMPORTANT NOTICE:

To facilitate those working from home, during these extenuating circumstances, Volocity 4D Imaging Software will be freely available, beginning March 17th and expiring July 19 2020. As many groups are returning to their labs we would like to invite users to participate in a customer satisfaction survey.  Please click HERE to access the survey.

To thank users for their participation in the survey we will extend the user account to August 19 2020.

Quorum Technologies Inc. is a private, Canadian owned enterprise located in Guelph, Ontario. The company develops and integrates scientific instruments and is the leading provider of technologies to support Digital Pathology, Telepathology and the Life Sciences community with over 100 of these installations across the country. Quorum dedicates over 30 years of experience integrating microscope components to meet the goals of the scientific community and holds over half a dozen patents with several others in process. Through a variety of technology transfer relationships with Canadian universities, Quorum is helping to bring new innovative technologies to market for use in preclinical research, drug development and personalized medicine.

Quorum Technologies Inc. acquires Volocity® Multi-Dimensional Imaging Platform  Volocitysig

Volocity software has long been recognized as a powerful, versatile and agnostic image acquisition and analysis platform and as such will bolster Quorum’s portfolio of imaging products. Volocity is the gold standard from which many other imaging software packages have been developed. Volocity provides the most comprehensive and capable multi-dimensional imaging platform on the market. Benefitting from its built-in library management system, the software provides the most efficient means to capture, explore and analyze data.

Volocity is currently used for digital image acquisition and analysis by research scientists throughout the world. Quorum has been distributing Volocity software since it was first released by Improvision in January 2001. The Quorum team has an intimate understanding of this platform and can readily assist end users.

Quorum is committed to further developing all four Volocity modules - Acquisition, Quantitation, Restoration and Visualization. In addition, Quorum recently released a new deconvolution module, Volocity RestorationMV. This module  incorporates the MicroVolution high-speed deconvolution engine. The efficient drag and drop method for importing multichannel image stacks, for processing, is preserved in this new Volocity module making it the most efficient deconvolution module on the market.