Technology | December 04, 2008

TeraRecon Offers Multisite Connection with iNtuition UNLIMITED

December 4, 2008 - TeraRecon unveiled at RSNA iNtuition UNLIMITED, a flexible licensing program that empowers institutional informatics teams with unlimited access to Aquarius iNtuition software assets, to be deployed as required to meet an institution’s evolving needs for advanced visualization.

The new solution is designed for an institution, which may be distributed across many sites or business entities, and needs to deploy software on its own hardware, in as many locations as necessary to meet increasing clinical demand, while overcoming geographical, contractual and network constraints that may shift over time.

iNtuition UNLIMITED provides customers access to TeraRecon’s iNtuition application software, offers deployment flexibility via the Limitless Scalability program and access to a portfolio of Aquarius technology solutions to manage large study sizes and volumes. iNtuition UNLIMITED is said to address these changing advanced visualization needs of entire healthcare enterprises, allowing customers to purchase advanced visualization on the basis of a number of users, an annual study volume or a concurrent rendering capacity.
iNtuition UNLIMITED delivers:
- A suite of advanced applications via thin-client / server
- Unlimited processing power
- Unprecedented deployment flexibility
- Massive scalability
- Intelligent image auto-routing and compression capabilities
- Personalized pre-processing of images to your preferences
- Interactive 3D via web browser or iPhone, with no software download required

For more information: www.terarecon.com

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