News | August 24, 2010

Ziosoft Announces Financing Option for Supercomputing Visualization

August 24, 2010 - Ziosoft Inc. announced a new financing option at the American Healthcare Radiology Administrators (AHRA) annual conference, held in the Washington, D.C., area Aug. 23 - 25, 2010.

The new operational alternative budget option is specifically designed to help healthcare facilities with limited capital budgets to obtain Ziosoft's Ziostation system with PhyZiodynamic supercomputing visualization technology.

PhyZiodynamic supercomputing software architecture is economical and scalable, eliminating the need for costly multiple servers, proprietary or specialized GPU rendering boards, enabling patient access anywhere, anytime. It helps expand the life of existing expensive modalities, such as CT and MR, has received regulatory clearance for a wide variety of applications and is the gateway to 5D functional analytics.

Ziosoft's PhyZiodynamic supercomputing technology is based on instantaneous analysis of chaotic information in weather, which has extremely similar data characteristics to the human body. Over the years, this technology evolved from a large room of host computer hardware to a centralized, CPU-based processing server allowing multiple concurrent users per server anywhere throughout the enterprise system.

This has resulted in non-compressed 3D and 4D images, which produce the highest integrity and accurate image quality with zero software footprint for patient access. It provides customizable palettes for optimized user efficiency and maxims cost-effectiveness for an extensive range of clinical applications. It also enables indications-driven workflow and supports reimbursement as well as HIPAA requirements.

The operational budget option allows a healthcare facility to leverage its own biomed expertise by purchasing its own off-the-shelf server, or use an existing server and thin clients to which Ziosoft engineers install the company's supercomputing visualization and analytics algorithm software.

For more information: www.ziosoftinc.com.

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