Charlotte, NC (July 22, 2003) - Medicor Imaging, a digital imaging and DICOM solution provider, announced today that the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) at the University of London has finalized the install of its MiPACS DICOM Storage Server. The RVC is using the Server to store images from its Agfa CR and Siemens Iconos instruments in the small animal and equine hospitals.
The Royal Veterinary College is the UK's first and largest veterinary school and a constituent College of the University of London. The College is one of the leading veterinary research centers in Europe and provides support for the veterinary profession through its three referral hospitals, diagnostic services and continuing professional development courses.
Patrick Fischer, Applications Team Manager at the RVC explains, "The Royal Veterinary College, London, U.K. selected Medicor's MiPACS DICOM Image Server after an extensive review of solutions on the market. We found it competitively priced, based on rock solid SQL server technology, scalable and easy to deploy and configure. The College is now using MiPACS for storage of images from two instruments and is planning to extend this to a wide variety of modalities used on site including MRI, CT and NM and US. We have over 40GB of image data stored to date. The MiPACS DICOM Server has been operational for approximately one year and has delivered 100% up time. Inevitably issues arise when connecting a new instrument and we found Medicor's technical support exemplary."
MiPACS Storage Server is an image repository and management system for most DICOM compliant modalities and client applications. MiPACS is an ideal starting point for any facility that is migrating towards a film-less environment. MiPACS is the backbone in creating a DICOM network. Features include: full DICOM 3.0 compliance, ability to receive captured images from any DICOM storage workstation or modality, support for DICOM Query/Retrieve, cost effective, scalable and flexible, digital acquisition and review, fast access to image data anywhere anytime, and the ability to communicate digital images to referring physicians quickly and reliably.
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