Allied Telesis, a global provider of IP/Ethernet
networking solutions for enterprise, network service provider, and government
institutions, announced it is demonstrating high-capacity networking and
cloud-based storage solutions that help hospitals move and store multiple
Terabytes of radiology images at the annual RSNA meeting in Chicago.
“Patient care today demands a non-stop
network and reliable data storage in the era of electronic records,”
said Keith Southard, president and CEO of Allied Telesis Capital Credit
Today, Electronic Medical Records (EMR)
implementation takes center stage in many medical facilities. Radiology places
the largest demand on common networks due to the volume and size of the Picture
and Archiving Communications System (PACS) imaging files.
At RSNA, Allied Telesis is demonstrating a
complete EMR network solution to support the demands of radiology for moving,
accessing, and archiving PACS imaging from the workstation to the cloud.
To simplify network upgrades for EMR or
implementing cloud-based data storage, Allied Telesis provides a variety of
professional services ranging from network assessment and design to complete
Allied Telesis provides maximum data
security, high network availability, and cost-efficient back-up archiving as
demonstrated in its deployments in more than 600 hospitals and clinics
Allied Telesis is
demonstrating how cloud-based radiology solutions and networks operate in a
real-world PACS environment. A powerful and cost-effective web-based PACS/RIS
system, a high density virtualized storage system and a bedside, point-of-care
system are connected over a resilient high speed network to move and retrieve
The company will demonstrate its
NET.Monitor service, which adds value to healthcare IT by providing real-time
network and server monitoring, diagnostics, and troubleshooting remotely as a
“It is critical to optimize the cloud
for storage and virtualization of information, and to have network
infrastructure designed to the demands for moving high volumes of data. Allied
Telesis brings together the combination of technology and expertise necessary
to meet these demands, and at the same time lower the Total Cost of Ownership
(TCO),” Southard added.
Recently, Allied Telesis forged a strategic
partnership with Trans Telecoms, to support Saudi Arabia’s rapidly developing telecom
industry. The partnership follows recent government announcements that the
country’s ICT sector is set to attract more than SAR 50 billion worth of
investments by 2015.
By Telecomlead.com Team