SeaChange’s client/server architecture leverages the Broadcast MediaLibrary server in use at InSiteOne, to provide fault-resilient storage, and the ability to recover lost data quickly in the event of a disaster.
InSiteOne, a provider of secure on and off-site data storage, has announced an agreement with SeaChange International, to use its MediaLibary storage system to improve disaster recovery of critical data. The agreement also includes a financial investment from SeaChange.
InDex Recovery Plus from InSiteOne is a disaster recovery service for continuous real-time protection of a full range of mission-critical clinical data, including the medical and clinical databases that drive PACS and HIS/RIS systems. The SeaChange MediaLibrary storage systems are optimized for media applications and provide a significant cost/performance advantage over standard storage devices.
InSiteOne’s InDex is designed to optimize the storage and archiving of medical images and related medical data for healthcare facilities transitioning to filmless digital imaging. The Web-enabled service is a versatile solution for short-term storage, retrieval and long-term archiving of DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) and non-DICOM medical images including ultrasound, MRI, CT and radiotherapy.
It offers hospitals, imaging centers and physician group practices exceptional speed, flexibility, economy and security in accessing and archiving digital images. Leveraging its open architecture, InDex integrates with any PACS (Picture Archiving and Communications System) or modality as well as hospital networks and information systems.
For more information, visit www.schange.com/.
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