News | October 25, 2006

UltraRAD Introduces New Version of DICOM Image Router

UltraRAD Corp. announced yesterday the UltraGATEWAY Lite Version 2.0, the newest version of the DICOM image router. This version includes the same features as the UltraGATEWAY DICOM router, including, DICOM standard encryption, JPEG2000 support, DICOM Storage commitment, support for simultaneous inbound and outbound DICOM streams and advanced auto-routing features.
Using the UltraGATEWAY Lite software solution, facilities can collect digital DICOM data from various sources (CT, MR, US, RF, CR, DR, etc.) and process, store and distribute them across point-to-point connections within the facility and out to any remote location for primary reading or consultation purposes. UltraGATEWAY Lite has high configurability, ease of serviceability and queue management. 2.0 UltraGATEWAY Lite utilizes a standard DICOM encryption feature and has a reference viewer included with the base software package, allowing facilities to view and manipulate images for the purpose of simple reference viewing at no additional charge.

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