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Kodak releases new high-volume archive

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Kodak releases new high-volume archiveRochester, NY-based Kodak has released Level 3 of its DICOM 3.0 compatible Digital Science medical image and information library. Designed for long-term archiving, Level 3 stores data on recordable compact

Kodak releases new high-volume archive

Rochester, NY-based Kodak has released Level 3 of its DICOM 3.0 compatible Digital Science medical image and information library. Designed for long-term archiving, Level 3 stores data on recordable compact discs (CD-R) and utilizes a Sun Sparcstation 20 with RAID-5 usable storage.

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