Powered by the company's Exa platform, Rede PACS provides access to full diagnostic toolsets and image viewing capabilities from any computer via web-based, zero-footprint software, Konica Minolta said. Rede PACS is suitable for centers with less than 20,000 imaging studies a year, and it is available on a tiered pricing structure based on annual study volume. It can also be deployed in a cloud-based implementation as a software-as-a-service package.
Designed for specialty care providers that perform less than 2,500 imaging studies each year, Rede Mini PACS is bundled with the company's x-ray and ultrasound systems and features a smaller hardware footprint, according to the vendor. It provides the same web-based accessibility and sharing of medical images as Rede PACS, the company said.
Both Rede PACS and Rede Mini PACS utilize server-side rendering, which yields speed and security benefits, according to Konica Minolta. It can also extend the performance of existing PCs, the firm said.
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