Philips Medical Systems Cures Storage Heartache With the Intel Entry Storage System SS4000-E
Until recently, images sent to the Philips Xcelera Focus system were stored on 5-1/4" optical disks and managed via third-party storage software. But this process was quite labor intensive for their customers, who often have very little technical know-how. When clinicians needed to view and compare a patient's prior exams, it was time consuming and difficult to locate and retrieve the earlier studies. Philips Medical Systems decided that a Network-Attached Storage (NAS) system was needed to cure their customers' storage heartache. After comparing multiple products, Philips chose the Intel Entry Storage System SS4000-E.