Dicom Systems launches DICOM Proxy at RSNA

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 27, 2012

Dicom Systems has unveiled DICOM Proxy, a new feature for its DICOM/HL7 router suite, at the 2012 RSNA meeting in Chicago.

The DCMSYS router is designed to boost the performance, workflow, and reliability of teleradiology networks without requiring modifications to the TCP/IP network, according to the company. It uses LAN Bypass to protect essential teleradiology communication during power outages or software failures. DICOM Proxy enables caching of all radiology-related data and passes it from the source to the destination securely and efficiently.

DICOM Proxy is ideal for companies considering a PACS replacement or looking to improve the performance of their existing PACS, according to the company.

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