Technology | December 07, 2008

ProStor Debuts InfiniVault-DICOM Storage System

December 5, 2008 - ProStor Systems, a developer of removable disk storage systems, unveiled its ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM storage system to the healthcare community at RSNA 2008.

ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM is a long-term storage solution that reportedly addresses the need for expanded storage capacity in organizations that are creating an increasing number of images and retaining them for longer periods of time. The system is also ideal for replacing obsolete deep archive technologies including tape and optical storage. In addition to DICOM images, ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM stores and properly retains electronic medical records and business files. The scalable and affordable system manages DICOM objects over the network for modalities, RIS, HIS and PACS systems. Patients, doctors, technicians and healthcare administrators alike benefit from this cost-effective system that easily drops into existing environments with DICOM 3.0 conformance and HIPAA compliance.

Unlike other disk-based storage systems, ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM reportedly integrates industry leading RDX removable disk cartridges to provide the performance of online storage with the economics of offline storage. The system simplifies the management of data by enabling secure local and remote access to images, automatically making multiple copies of data for offsite archival and disaster recovery. ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM also automates data retention with HIPAA compliance, including the disposition of images and data.

The ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM Model 100 System is capable of managing more than 1 billion studies in DICOM format. Each 500 GB removable disk cartridge employed by ProStor InfiniVault can store 500 multi-slice CT scans, 2,500 MRIs or 10,000 X-rays at a time. With up to 100 RDX cartridges online and an infinite number offline, ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM can manage all DICOM image and file needs of an organization.

For more information: www.prostorsystems.com

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