News | Information Technology | April 22, 2016

Carestream Joins Intel Storage Builders Program

Carestream manages more than 15 billion images in 13 public, private cloud data centers around the world 

 

Carestream Joins Intel Storage Builders Program

Carestream and Intel are collaborating to ensure practical, high-performance solutions for enterprise imaging and information platforms that can be deployed in secure clouds or on-site data centers. A recent white paper from Intel and Carestream explains the advantages healthcare providers can gain from adopting the latest cloud technology.

The new Intel Storage Builders program aims to accelerate the use of cloud-ready, next-generation storage options by fostering greater innovation in the cloud ecosystem.

“Carestream demonstrated that use of Intel’s new solid-state drive (SSD) data center family of technologies tripled the speed of data throughput for a critical portion of our image-intensive workflow,” said Ishai Tal, Carestream’s Head of Platform Architecture. “We offer secure cloud solutions that include the latest technology innovations while reducing operating costs.”

This new cloud architecture can help healthcare providers securely manage data growth while preparing for new advances in medical imaging data analytics. “Deploying our cloud technology also increases throughput, which provides faster access to data and greater productivity for clinicians,” Tal reports.

Carestream’s Vue for Cloud-Based Services is a fully managed IT solution for medical image sharing and archiving, and its secure cloud infrastructure is monitored and supported by the company’s top IT experts. Healthcare providers receive proactive reporting of usage and activity and Carestream’s cloud-based services offer the ability to avoid capital investment and reduce total cost of ownership by as much as 30 percent with predictable, pay-as-you-go operating costs.  

For more information: www.carestream.com

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