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A variety of IBM resources has been assembled, including data and storage management and high-performance computing, to offer solutions for the healthcare and life sciences markets. These range from integrated storage management and archiving to data and

A variety of IBM resources has been assembled, including data and storage management and high-performance computing, to offer solutions for the healthcare and life sciences markets. These range from integrated storage management and archiving to data and image retrieval.

  • IBM Medical Archive consists of IBM disk and tape storage, server systems, and storage management software preconfigured and customized for PACS applications. The system is configured to meet the short-term viewing and long-term archiving needs of a department or large hospital network. Maximum storage capacity is 80 terabytes.
  • IBM Tivoli Storage Manager helps reduce administrative and storage management costs by automating storage tasks and ensuring data continuity. It also maximizes storage hardware usage and allows data to be migrated to the most cost-effective media via hierarchical storage management.
  • IBM TotalStorage Linear Tape-Open provides a tape library for archival or offline backup storage. It is scalable up to 500 TB.
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