Technology | April 06, 2009

INFINITT North America Offers Disaster Recovery to all its RIS/PACS Customers

April 6, 2009 - INFINITT North America is now offering an off-site disaster recovery (DR) service to all INFINITT North America customers.

With off-site copies of patients' images and a fully replicated database, medical facilities can take advantage of the very fastest method of restoring data in case of a total catastrophic disaster, according to the company.

INFINITT maintains a secure data center with cutting edge blade server and virtualization technology to support its Web-based, ASP PACS solution. Now, customers with traditional on-site PACS hardware and software can employ remote replication and recovery services to reduce the burden on in-house IT resources.

The company offers two INFINITT Smart-NET DR solutions that provide data protection and the ability to restore data quickly.INFINITT Smart-Net DR Option 1 will keep a synchronized copy of images along with a copy of the entire database. In case of total disaster at the medical facility, INFINITT uses the copies to construct a replacement system. A site can be restored to full operation within a few days - reportedly a dramatic improvement compared to traditional tape restorations.

With INFINITT Smart-Net DR Option 2, INFINITT maintains a duplicate system, including hardware and software, which is synchronized with the system at the customer's site. In case of a complete disaster this system can be relocated to the customer's site within hours, returning the facility to service in the quickest possible way, according to the company.

Both options enable customers to access their images or data online from the INFINITT North America Data Center. Both are scalable; they can be configured to meet the needs of any size healthcare provider, from small medical practices to multi-site healthcare systems, and can grow with increasing storage requirements.

The pay-as-you-go billing model allows INFINITT customers to add to their organization's healthcare IT capabilities without a substantial upfront investment, said INFINITT.

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