News | January 08, 2008

UK Hospital Purchases Barco's Advanced Visualization Solution

January 9, 2008 – UK-based Glan Clwyd Hospital integrated Barco’s Voxar 3D Enterprise into its Fujifilm Synapse PACS, aiming to provide the hospital with ultra-fast access to large volumetric studies throughout the hospital enterprise.

Glan Clwyd Hospital had used Voxar 3D Workstation for three years before deciding to upgrade to Voxar 3D Enterprise. The system allows radiologists to consult volumetric studies on the workstation in their offices, rather than having to walk to the reading room, adding convenience and extra speed to the processing of volumetric studies.

Besides Voxar 3D Enterprise Elite, which was selected by Glan Clwyd, the product family also consists of Voxar 3D Enterprise Access. This thin client solution provides access to advanced visualization tools on any standard networked PC connected to the Voxar 3D Enterprise server. With Access, the 3D reconstructions are created entirely on the server and are streamed to the user in real time. This system allows the user to load 1000 images in less than 10 seconds on a 1 GB network.

For more information: www.barco.com

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