Technology | December 29, 2011

Merge Unveils Honeycomb Cloud Platform

December 29, 2011 — Merge Healthcare announced the launch of Merge Honeycomb, a new cloud-based platform, at RSNA 2011. In addition, the company announced its first application in the cloud – free image sharing. Users can upload, download, view, and share medical images anywhere, anytime.

No additional software is needed to use the application in Merge Honeycomb; it can be used from any device with a web browser including PCs, Macs, tablets and mobile devices.

Merge Honeycomb will be launched in the first quarter of 2012

“Moving images to the cloud provides a number of operational benefits, including increased storage capacity and availability,” said Jeff Surges, CEO of Merge Healthcare. “Plus, it reduces costs and IT complexities as images are shared safely and securely over the Internet.”

For more information: www.merge.com/honeycomb.aspx

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