Dynamic Imaging updates Web-based PACS

December 3, 2004

IntegradWeb is a new fault-tolerant grid architecture from Dynamic Imaging designed for its Web-based PACS. The architecture assures continuity among multisite PACS deployments if the network crashes, allowing each site to function independently. Once the connection is reestablished, the architecture automatically resynchronizes each site with the central server to ensure integrated image access and workflow across all locations.

IntegradWeb is a new fault-tolerant grid architecture from Dynamic Imaging designed for its Web-based PACS. The architecture assures continuity among multisite PACS deployments if the network crashes, allowing each site to function independently. Once the connection is reestablished, the architecture automatically resynchronizes each site with the central server to ensure integrated image access and workflow across all locations.

Dynamic Imaging is also expanding its clinical applications with a software package that includes orthopedic templates. Other features streamline the analysis, management, and storage of multislice CT images. A configurable slice thickness reformatting engine automates image formatting to minimize storage space requirements after postprocessing.

A new Slab Scroll Tool creates reformatted in-plane images on the fly. A configurable data compression utility automates lossy image compression over time to create smaller file sizes as studies age.

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