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AquariusNET launched at SCAR

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A new server for medical imaging, AquariusNET, provides streaming 2-D and 3-D capability to existing PACS review stations and standard networked PCs, according to developer TeraRecon. The product, unveiled at the Symposium on Computer Applications in

A new server for medical imaging, AquariusNET, provides streaming 2-D and 3-D capability to existing PACS review stations and standard networked PCs, according to developer TeraRecon. The product, unveiled at the Symposium on Computer Applications in Radiology in early May, relies on multiple thin-client applications for user interaction, thereby offering a cost-effective and workflow-efficient means for providing 3-D capability and local image distribution. AquariusNET works with computers already installed for soft-copy review, allowing the interactive display of 2-D and 3-D images on standard desktop PCs connected to a local network.

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