Voyager Imaging's Web streaming technology aims to provide fast delivery of images to referring doctor desktops through low-to-medium bandwidth connectivity. Using the Voyager workstation as a base, doctors have the advantage of a highly configurable and functional workstation, that will quickly display images even in a poor network connectivity environment, according to the company. PACS administrators can configure compression based on modality and body part, thereby ensuring acceptable quality of images being delivered. Alternatively, the user is able to stream the full DICOM image as required.
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