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Kodak allies with IBM

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As part of a newly cast alliance, IBM storage devices will be offered as part of Kodak's PACS and enterprise archiving. Kodak will integrate IBM's TotalStorage products with its DirectView Versatile Intelligent Patient Archive (VIParchive) software to

As part of a newly cast alliance, IBM storage devices will be offered as part of Kodak's PACS and enterprise archiving. Kodak will integrate IBM's TotalStorage products with its DirectView Versatile Intelligent Patient Archive (VIParchive) software to provide enterprise-wide management of images and information across multiple storage devices and locations. The data management capabilities of the VIParchive extend Kodak's portfolio beyond radiology into the healthcare IT market, allowing shared storage to be leveraged across multiple applications including radiology, cardiology, purchasing, inventory, payroll, and other departmental functions.

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