Technology | November 20, 2014

OKI Data Corp. Debuts Four DICOM Color Printers at RSNA 2014

The four printers feature fully embedded DICOM print servers and LED color printing technology

OKI Data Corp., HD DICOM color printers, C610DM

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OKI Data Corp., HD DICOM color printers, C711DM

Photo courtesy of OKI Data Corp.

OKI Data Corp., HD DICOM color printers, C831dn

Photo courtesy of OKI Data Corp.

OKI Data Corp., HD DICOM color printers, C910DM

Photo courtesy of OKI Data Corp.

November 20, 2014 – OKI Data Corp. announces availability of four Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) printers developed for the medical imaging market. OKI will demonstrate the C610DM, C711DM, C831DM, and C910DM High Definition color printing devices in booth 6406 – North Building, Hall B – at the upcoming Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2014 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting taking place November 30–December 5, 2014 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.

The C610DM, C711DM, C831dn and C910DM feature fully embedded DICOM print servers, and integrate LED color printing technology to deliver high-quality, cost-effective color or monochrome output without the need for conversion software or external hardware.

This suite of reliable and easy-to-use OKI printers handles letter (A4) and tabloid (A3) size media to produce non-diagnostic X-rays, nuclear medicine scans and ultrasounds with superior image interpretation and integrity. In addition, all devices can be used for standard office printing needs for even greater workplace efficiency. As a result, they are ideal for hospitals, clinics and medical training establishments, as well as dentists and veterinary practices.

DICOM is the primary international standard for the handling, storing, printing and transmission of medical imaging and other related information. OKI was the first company to introduce LED-based print solutions, which are significantly faster, more flexible and cost-effective than existing DICOM solutions based on film or solid ink technologies.

For more information: www.okiprintingsolutions.com

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