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Merge partners with DISC for CD-R storage libraries

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Merge partners with DISC for CD-R storage librariesMerge Technologies has announced that it has incorporated automated CD-R storage libraries from Milpitas, CA-based storage firm DISC into its product line. The DISC libraries will serve as the

Merge partners with DISC for CD-R storage libraries

Merge Technologies has announced that it has incorporated automated CD-R storage libraries from Milpitas, CA-based storage firm DISC into its product line. The DISC libraries will serve as the jukebox option for MergeARK, the archive component of Merge's MergeWorks multimodality DICOM 3.0 clinical network and electronic archive products. The addition of the DISC products allows radiology departments to scale their archiving capabilities to support departmental volume and online image access, according to Merge, headquartered in Milwaukee. DISC's libraries can be upgraded in the field for additional capacity and/or drives, according to the firms.

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