Technology | November 25, 2007

KJAYA Medical’s Managed Services Enable Interactive Viewing of 64 Slice CT via Internet

KJAYA Medical's new managed services reportedly combine powerful graphics processing units, computer hardware and proprietary software to deliver breakthrough results allowing quick distribution of CT images via standard high speed internet.

64 slice CT scanners produce up to 5000 axial images and roughly 2.5GB of data from a single scan, representing a 300 percent increase in data output from previous 16-slice CT scanner models. Image acquisition technology is currently
outpacing medical imaging technology providers' ability to manage and view the resulting data, creating an immediate need for new and innovative technology.

By combining its Xcell Advanced Server Hardware and Volumina Software, KJAYA says it can provide a revolutionary new way to quickly and accurately view and diagnose interactive multiplanar and 3D reconstructed high volume medical images, to medical imaging technology providers as a managed service.

KJAYA Medical can reportedly integrate its product into a client's most current software release or viewing solution, fully maintaining the look and feel of the customer’s product and providing their clients the technology they want, now.

December 2007

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