News | June 12, 2008

DICOM Services Grid Available Through EMC Select

June 13, 2008 – Acuo Technologies said its DICOM Services Grid is now available through the EMC Select Program.

Healthcare and life sciences organizations can purchase a complete grid solution to virtualize all medical imaging and information needed to collaborate freely across the continuum of care. The EMC Select Program helps organizations easily acquire all the required components for a robust information infrastructure, said the company.

EMC will offer the DICOM Services Grid consisting of AcuoMed and AcuoStore as part EMC’s solution offerings to healthcare organizations. The DICOM Services Grid works with EMC’s tiered Storage Family including CLARiiON and Symmetrix and has API integrations into Centera and Documentum. Together, EMC and Acuo Technologies aim to bring the benefits of a vendor neutral image distribution and archiving strategy. The integrated solution brings all of the benefits of an “open systems archive approach” for a complete image distribution and archiving strategy. This offering enables healthcare organizations to employ a modular approach for complete patient-centric systems that can manage and have access to unstructured information or content access in healthcare institutions, according to the companies.

For more information: www.acuotech.com

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