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Camino Software buys network archive product

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Camino Software buys network archive productCamino Software Systems of Calabasas, CA, has acquired a software product line that may make it easier for hospitals with PACS networks to manage their archives. Camino's Highway Server software

Camino Software buys network archive product

Camino Software Systems of Calabasas, CA, has acquired a software product line that may make it easier for hospitals with PACS networks to manage their archives. Camino's Highway Server software enables users to automatically move data from a hard-disk archive to optical-disk jukeboxes over a LAN, WAN, Internet, or intranet. Camino acquired Highway Server from IDAS and is selling the product through value-added resellers for $4995 per server and $150 per user.

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