DeepWell Archival Services, DeJarnette Research Systems Announce Enterprise Level Foundational VNA Software Solution for Under $50k
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
DeepWell Archival Services, Inc., a cloud based storage services company focused on the long term PACS neutral archival of medical image data, in conjunction with strategic technology partner DeJarnette Research Systems, announced today that their integrated Foundational VNA Software solution is available for under $50k.
“These pricing levels confirm that enterprise class software technology is accessible to imaging organizations requiring advanced VNA functionality, without a major capital expenditure or protracted implementation”, said Brian Sobnosky, CEO of DeepWell. Sobnosky added, “Together with our strategic partners at DeJarnette, we’re providing access to advanced storage software technologies to enable imaging organizations to implement a solid VNA foundation, along with robust disaster recovery, business continuity and tier-3 deep archive functionality. And we’re not asking them to break the bank in the process.”
“We’re putting our money, and our technology, where our mouth is,” said Philip Rispoli, Vice President of Business Development for DeJarnette. "As one of the pioneers in the development of VNA technology and disparate system interoperability, we’ve always felt that the there should be a ‘building block’ approach to VNA implementation within a reasonable capital expense budget. Imaging organizations, today, face the same technology and financial issues surrounding image data management that they faced ten years ago, and we think it’s time to change that.”
Rispoli continued, “Expensive and complex image sharing and exchange infrastructures, incompatibilities between PACS vendors, risky, costly data migrations...these issues, along with regulatory compliance requirements for Disaster Recovery, Business Continuance and lengthy data retention periods have historically wreaked havoc on end user budgets and IT staff. Well, not anymore. The combined solution includes a ‘Last Migration Guarantee’ both on site and in the off site deep archive, an ‘Image Display Guarantee’, and world class disaster recovery with business continuity and tier-3 deep archive functionality utilizing DeepWell’s unique cloud based storage services. We’re also providing future XDS and XDSi integration capability in the base configuration. This solution is feature rich to say the least, and it’s available at price points that finally tip the value scale toward the end-user client’s favor.”
About DeepWell Archival Services
DeepWell Archival Services is a privately held technology development and integration company, and North American licensee for German based Telepaxx Medical Archiving GmbH. Specializing in vendor neutral archive (aka PACS neutral archive) solutions, and utilizing software and technology responsible for the safe, secure archival of over 1.6 billion medical images worldwide, the Company provides cloud based “storage as a service” product offerings for medical imaging professionals and organizations of all sizes. For inquiries, please contact Brian Sobnosky at 303.949.6038, or brian(at)deepwellarchive(dot)com. Additional information on DeepWell Archival Services is available at: http://www.deepwellarchive.com.
About DeJarnette Research Systems
DeJarnette Research Systems, Inc. is a world leader in medical imaging interface technology. The company is dedicated to increasing the efficiency of image management workflow for all healthcare providers. Founded in 1985, the Towson, Maryland-based company engineers, manufactures and markets Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) workflow components, healthcare IT software, and imaging interface hardware. The company’s solutions are sold through dealers, resellers and OEM partners. For press inquiries, please contact Phillip Rispoli at: 603.479.1259, or prispoli(at)dejarnette(dot)com. Additional information on DeJarnette Research Systems is available at: http://www.dejarnette.com
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