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Circadence Showcases Image and Data Optimization for Radiology at RSNA 2011
Posted: Mon Nov 21, 2011 04:03:36 PM
 

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Boulder, Colo., November 21, 2011 - Circadence, a leading provider of WAN and network optimization solutions for healthcare, commercial and government customers, today announced that customer Imaging Associates of North Mississippi Magnolia (IANMM) will be available at this year’s Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting in Chicago, Nov. 27 – Dec. 1 (Booth #7356, North Hall B). The annual conference, now in its 97th year, is the world’s premier scientific and educational forum in radiology.

In keeping with this year’s theme, Celebrate the Image, Circadence and Cavett Otis, IT director at IANMM, will discuss how WAN optimization improves data processing speed for large image files while enabling complete and unfailing transfers even with poor network connections. IANMM, providing radiology interpretation services for rural Mississippi and Tennessee, saw an immediate return on investment with Circadence, beyond the quality of images transmitted. With rapid, reliable and secure study transfer, radiologists can read more images daily, providing diagnosis and treatment options quicker while maintaining HIPAA mandated security standards.

“Radiologists needing immediate access to a variety of studies depend on Circadence to make that happen without breaking critical security protocols,” said Mike Moniz, CEO of Circadence. “With the widespread adoption of tablets and other mobile devices, radiologists can continue to count on Circadence’s solution to transmit images with the speed and accuracy they’ve come to expect.”

In addition to IANMM, Circadence will demonstrate the latest product offering including the only optimization solution available to support highly mobile devices: Windows laptops, Windows Mobile, Android and Apple iOS tablets and smartphones.

 
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