Mammo firm adopts new standards

July 16, 2004

Storage and database firm i3Archive has adopted third-generation standards for grid computing that will help the company integrate its National Digital Mammography Archive (NDMA) with other databases. The standards, which include Open Grid Services

Storage and database firm i3Archive has adopted third-generation standards for grid computing that will help the company integrate its National Digital Mammography Archive (NDMA) with other databases. The standards, which include Open Grid Services Architecture and Open Grid Services Infrastructure, will make the NDMA, which contains digital mammograms and a patient data archive, accessible to a broader range of patients through their healthcare institutions, potentially providing such benefits as better diagnosis and care, record portability, and better image quality, according to the company.