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Siemens unveils Enterprise Storage

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The Sienet VA42 MagicStore system for diagnostic image storage is scheduled to begin shipping this fall. The latest version of Siemens PACS components is a DICOM 3.0-compliant enterprise storage solution based on open standards. Because MagicStore uses

The Sienet VA42 MagicStore system for diagnostic image storage is scheduled to begin shipping this fall. The latest version of Siemens PACS components is a DICOM 3.0-compliant enterprise storage solution based on open standards. Because MagicStore uses industry standard database technology and off-the-shelf hardware, customers will have the flexibility to purchase additional storage capacity on a just-in-time basis defined by evolving requirements and growth in data volume, as opposed to up-front purchases based on forecasted need, according to Siemens. The system can be scaled to meet a range of needs from a community hospital generating 50,000 imaging procedures a year or less to a multisite enterprise providing more than a million procedures a year.

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