Kodak will show its latest software upgrade, featuring new dynamic streaming capabilities directly into its diagnostic workstations. This technology offers fast and advanced visualization and 3-D tools to physicians reading extremely large studies over a variety of network speeds. This software upgrade also includes: specialized mammography features that interface with integrated breast MRI and ultrasound; CAD software; and automated CD/DVD archiving management capabilities focused on the entry-tier market. Kodak will also announce that it will incorporate integrated reporting capabilities into its PACS software.
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