Technology | PACS Accessories | May 10, 2016

Rayence Introduces New Image Acquisition and Viewer Software

Windows 10-compatible XmaruView and XmaurView mini-Archive Viewer offer improved EMR integration, legacy PACS compatibility and enhanced viewing tools

May 10, 2016 — Rayence announced the availability of the new XmaruView Image Acquisition Software, Version 4.0, with a host of new features.

Most notable is its newly developed Rayence engine. XmaruView 4.0 is Microsoft Windows 10-compatible and, unlike previous software versions, it does not require a dongle. It also includes such new features as Auto JPEG Exporter, legacy picture archiving and communication system (PACS) compatibility, electronic medical record (EMR) integration readiness, auto-stitching and a faster interface.

Along with the introduction of their new image acquisition software, Rayence upgraded its viewer software XmaruView mini-Archive Viewer to Version 3.02. Similar to XmaruView 4.0, the new viewer software is Microsoft Windows 10-capable and includes new features such as cine tools and the ability to work in landscape and portrait mode.

Shipments of the both new software products began in early May.

For more information: www.rayenceusa.com

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