Technology | December 16, 2007

GridT Helps Manage Heavy Image Volumes

Acuo Technologies' latest version of its DICOM Services GridT solution is a distributed framework for managing ever-increasing medical imaging volume.
By freeing the archive function from PACS, the Acuo DICOM Services GridT allows healthcare institutions to own their own digital imaging data without future data migration headaches. Acuo is built on an open, services-oriented architecture that can aggregate/federate DICOM objects and query results, as well as virtualize and replicate storage assets. Features in the latest release include full XDS-I Source and XDS Consumer functionality. When integrated with a commercially available XDS registry/repository, the Acuo XDS-I engine offers a complete end-to-end XDS infrastructure. Acuo is also highlighting its API integration into the Cisco Medical Grade Network, which will provide DICOM support to increase performance and reliability into Cisco's highly available and load-balanced DICOM data network.

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