News | Flat Panel Displays | September 11, 2015

Eizo RadiNET Pro Offers Worry-free Network QC Management of Display Monitors

Radnet pro QC QA system for display monitors

The RadiNET Pro is a network quality control (QC) server management. Eizo gives PACS/IT departments the flexibility to choose the deployment option that matches the needs of their organization. With secure, scalable options for both cloud and on premise, the technology allows the ability to performed effective, fully centralized remote monitor image quality assurance and compliance with AAPM/ACR, as well as custom quality policies. Eizo’s PC-independent self-QC launches scheduled tasks on time regardless of PC status, if it is turned off or not. 

For more information: www.eizo.com 

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