GE will use the new Intel Xeon Scalable software with the objective to lower the total cost for imaging ownership by 25%. Intel Xeon Scalable may improve radiologists' reading productivity compared with the prior generation by reducing first image display to less than 2 seconds, and full study load times down to less than 8 seconds.
GE Healthcare and Intel are also investing in a digital development lab in downtown Chicago. The Joint Performance Acceleration Lab (JPAL) will be dedicated to the development, testing, and validation of new innovations intended to help enable the highest radiology productivity at the lowest total cost of ownership.
The two companies will use Wind River Titanium Control software to allow hospitals and health systems to deploy more secure, edge solutions that improve agility and reduce operating costs, they added.