Technology | PACS | August 03, 2017

Fujifilm Launches Synapse PACS Version 5

Latest version focuses on speed and interactivity

Fujifilm Launches Synapse PACS Version 5

August 3, 2017 – Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc. announced the release of its Synapse PACS (picture archiving and communication system) version 5 in the United States. Featuring the latest server-side rendering architecture, Synapse 5 is one component of Fujifilm’s comprehensive enterprise imaging portfolio which includes Synapse VNA (vendor neutral archive), Enterprise Viewer, Cardiovascular, 3-D, RIS (radiology information system) and cloud services. Synapse 5 is now available to Fujifilm PACS customers as a software upgrade — included in their maintenance agreement.

Ideal for enterprise imaging, Synapse 5 ranks among the fastest medical imaging solutions in the industry, according to Fujifilm. With a focus on speed and interactivity, Synapse 5 provides sub-second, on-demand access to massive datasets and the ability to interact with the data — resulting in optimized healthcare delivery. Advances in efficiency and ergonomics facilitate productivity and a better overall user experience. The latest design includes server-based image rendering and a zero-download viewer with browser flexibility — leading to significant information technology (IT) benefits for many organizations.

For more information: www.fujimed.com

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