Digisonics Selects KOM Networks OptiStorm® NT Storage Management Software For Its Digital Imaging Interpretation Systems
Ottawa, ON Canada – January 2, 2001
KOM Networks today announced that Digisonics, a high tech healthcare interpretation systems provider, has selected OptiStorm® NT data storage software to archive medical images to magneto-optical jukeboxes.
Digisonics provides integrated reporting, database and image management systems in echocardiography and OB ultrasound by utilizing the latest computer technology in the areas of real-time video capture, high-speed digital image display, compression and networking.
Digisonics helps hospitals, clinics and physicians manage high tech imaging data for cardiology, obstetrics and radiology. By integrating KOM Networks' OptiStorm® NT software, Digisonics can now provide a safe and scalable imaging storage solution for entire networks to medical imaging professionals.
"We have been impressed with OptiStorm's® ease of use. There is no learning curve because administrators use the same interfaces they are familiar with to create, save, transfer or delete data," said Diana McSherry, president of Digisonics. With OptiStorm® healthcare providers can be confident that their records are secure and, since there is never a need to reformat the storage hardware drives, their data is never jeopardized. OptiStorm's® ability to write files directly to the storage media extends the security functions from the operating system to the storage area."
"KOM Networks has pioneered data management and virtual storage technology in the medical industry," said KOM Networks' CEO Taher Shaath. "Digisonics is a perfect example of how adaptable, user-friendly and scalable our storage products are. OptiStorm® NT can be tailored to meet the specific needs of any data intensive environment and will not interrupt regular network operations."
KOM Networks is a long-time supplier of integrated data management and storage solutions for the healthcare vertical. In October 2000, KOM signed a worldwide agreement with Spacelabs Medical Inc., who provides obstetrical data management systems specifically designed for the labour and delivery environment.
OptiStorm® NT storage management software empowers organizations to manage previously unmanageable storage resources by boosting the capabilities of the native operating system. OptiStorm® NT integrates seamlessly into the Windows NT platform and creates Virtual Disks that enable organizations to define the exact amount of space required to meet storage needs. It ensures media portability, which means networks can grow as needs evolve, and its rigorous security features create a secure environment for all data storage needs.
About KOM Networks
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KOM Software, Marketing Department
Digisonics is a private company headquartered in Houston, Texas. The Company sells high tech interpretation systems to hospitals, clinics, and physicians. Digisonics has sold over 1500 applications to approximately 700 customers in the areas of cardiology, obstetrics, and radiology.