March 6, 2007 - Sun Microsystems introduced two OEM offerings, iPACS and uPACS, integrated and utility picture archiving and communication systems, which are available in different sizes and designed as an integrated platform to enable OEMs and system integrators to rapidly build and implement PACS, last week at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference in New Orleans.
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