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Storage Should Be Easy (and Cheap)! The Dramatic Conclusion of: “Three Letter Storage Vendors and Six Letter Cloud Service Providers…” Your Server and Your Data are on the Edge of a Cliff… Calorie free VNA… Vendor Neutral Archive: Top 5 Reasons Why to Implement a VNA
Storage Should Be Easy (and Cheap)!

Storage Should Be Easy (and Cheap)!

May 24, 2013

Managing Medical Image Storage is Tough! I mean look at the challenges:

  • Recurring capital acquisition and capacity expansion costs for hardware and software
  • Changing trends in data storage technology
  • Lengthy data retention periods
  • Regulatory compliance burdens and headaches (HIPAA Security Rule)
  • Recurring
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The Dramatic Conclusion of: “Three Letter Storage Vendors and Six Letter Cloud Service Providers…”

Novenber 15, 2012

The Dramatic Conclusion of: “Three Letter Storage Vendors and Six Letter Cloud Service Providers…”

When considering a generic hosted storage implementation for your medical image data, you should consider several possible scenarios:

  • How Do I Retrieve My Data From the Hosting Vendor, if  I Decide to End the Relationship?
  • Is the Solution
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Your Server and Your Data are on the Edge of a Cliff…

October 22, 2012

Your Server and Your Data are on the Edge of a Cliff…

Which one do you save? This old technology adage is certainly as valid today as it was twenty years ago. Storage vendors traditionally used this analogy to make the point that you could always buy another server, but if you lost your data, your business could disappear, or at best suffer significant damage.

Although
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Calorie free VNA…

October 8, 2012

We’ve discussed the basic principles of vendor neutral archive technology in previous posts. So we felt that it might be a good time to delve a bit into what a VNA isn’t. As everyone in the medical imaging business knows, there is currently much discussion surrounding the term “VNA”. Every vendor in the industry, who is in any way involved with image storage, has weighed
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Vendor Neutral Archive: Top 5 Reasons Why to Implement a VNA

September 28, 2012

Vendor Neutral Archive: Top 5 Reasons Why to Implement a VNA

We’ve discussed the basic principles of vendor neutral archive technology in previous posts. Like any technology though, there need to be compelling reasons to implement a VNA solution. So why implement VNA technology?

Health News

Cloud Based Storage Services Provider, DeepWell Archival Services, Announces Data Center Expansion with Strategic Partner Bit Refinery, LLC

 

Cloud Based Storage Services Provider, DeepWell Archival Services, Announces Data Center Expansion with Strategic Partner Bit Refinery, LLC

DeepWell Archival Services, and IaaS Provider Bit Refinery, announce data center network and services expansion 

 

Centennial, CO (PRWEB)
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DeepWell Archival Services and Telerad Tech Announce Global Radiology Services Expansion

DeepWell Archival Services and strategic partner Telerad Tech announce availability of cloud based workflow enhancement and productivity solutions for medical imaging organizations in Central and South America

View the original press release at: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/7/prweb10895743.htm

Centennial, CO (PRWEB) July 20, 2013

DeepWell Archival Services, Inc. (“The Company”), a cloud based storage services company focused on the long term PACS neutral archival of medical image data, announced today that it has extended its cloud based image management services offerings to Central and South America. In an expansion of its strategic global partnership, Telerad Tech will offer the Company’s vendor neutral archive (VNA) technology as an integrated component
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Storage Should Be Easy (and Cheap)!

May 24, 2013

Managing Medical Image Storage is Tough! I mean look at the challenges:

  • Recurring capital acquisition and capacity expansion costs for hardware and software
  • Changing trends in data storage technology
  • Lengthy data retention periods
  • Regulatory compliance burdens and headaches (HIPAA Security Rule)
  • Recurring hardware and software maintenance costs
  • Recurring system administration costs
  • Technology refresh and migration costs
  • Data center resource costs
  • PACS vendor lock-in risks
  • Etc. etc.

Imaging organizations, large and small, face these same issues when confronted with the requirement to implement long term image storage infrastructures.

So why do imaging organizations continue to struggle with these complex storage
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DeepWell Archival Services Announces Partnership with Keystone Medical Technologies

DeepWell Archival Services Announces Partnership with Keystone Medical Technologies

Offering Vendor Neutral Archive Technology for PACS Image Data

Centennial, Colorado (PRWEB) April 10, 2013

DeepWell Archival Services, Inc. (“The Company”), a cloud based storage services company focused on the long term PACS neutral archival of medical image data, announced today that it has consummated an integration partnership agreement with RIS/PACS technology solution provider, Keystone Medical Technologies, Inc. (“Keystone”). Under the terms of the agreement Keystone will offer the Company’s vendor neutral archive (VNA) technology as an integrated component of its Keystone Suite of integrated RIS/PACS technology solutions.

“We are extremely pleased with the opportunity to offer our VNA technology, in a ‘storage as a service’
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