By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

November 23, 2010 -- DeJarnette Research Systems will demonstrate a nonproprietary open-source protocol for speeding network transport of DICOM images at next week's RSNA meeting in Chicago.

Developed by a consortium that included Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and archive, viewing, and systems integration vendors, the MINT protocol can achieve more than 80% network bandwidth utilization in transferring image sets from archives to thin-client displays, according to the Towson, MD-based firm.

DeJarnette has integrated the protocol into its xDL enterprise document librarian application.

DeJarnette nets patent, July 27, 2010

DeJarnette implements xDL in seven sites, July 13, 2010

DeJarnette releases xDL v3.3, March 22, 2010

DeJarnette to be awarded patent, October 30, 2009

DeJarnette, McKesson launch vendor-neutral archive, August 3, 2009

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