News | October 19, 2010

Display Support Simplifies Triple-Monitor Mammography Workstations

October 19, 2010 — Three Palm Software has developed support for Matrox Xenia Pro display controller boards for its WorkstationOne breast imaging workstation solution. This cooperation provides radiologists with an advanced triple-monitor platform to efficiently manage their digital mammography workflow, while simplifying installation and configuration.

WorkstationOne is a full-featured breast imaging workstation, with an emphasis on efficient interpreting workflow and expert viewing methodologies, such as Tabar’s systematic viewing masks. WorkstationOne supports IHE mammography image profile and provides rich enterprise integration features. It is a software product that can be installed on an off-the-shelf general purpose computer with one or two grayscale high-resolution monitors and one color monitor.

Matrox Xenia Series triple digital display support from a single slot board — including forward- and backward-compatibility with a broad range of display brands, resolutions and formats — fits well with Three Palm Software’s mammography workstations.

For more information: www.threepalmsoft.com or www.matrox.com/xeniaseries

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