News | May 27, 2009

Ziosoft 3D Thin-Client Meets the Challenges at Stanford MDCT Conference

May 27, 2009 - Ziosoft Inc., an advanced visualization and analysis software company for medical imaging, was a first time participant in the Stanford Workstation Face-Off where its software was compared side-by-side with seven of our competitors, during the 11th Annual Symposium on Multidetector Row CT held last week in San Francisco.

The 7th annual Workstation Face-Off challenged the eight participating 3D advanced imaging providers to load, process and interpret five computed tomography (CT) studies within an allotted period of time, which varied from two to four minutes per case. Jeffrey Mendel, M.D., of Tufts University School of Medicine, demonstrated the Ziosoft software applications and was able to showcase the ease of use of the Ziosoft system by completing all five CT cases effortlessly within the time allotted. “As a new user to the Ziostation thin-client software applications, I was able to quickly learn the software. I am impressed by the quality of the images, the efficiency of the software and the powerful advanced applications that Ziosoft offers,” said Dr. Mendel.

Ziosoft’s Ziostation system utilized a true thin-client application with CPU-based processing. The Ziostation did not require any proprietary or specialized hardware unlike some of the other advanced visualization solutions.

For more information: www.ziosoftinc.com

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