Plasmon reports healthcare customers Plasmon PLC announced that more than 50 medical organizations are using Plasmon (ultra density Optical (UDO) archiving technology for long-term image and data retention. In the fourth quarter of 2005, three medical organizations -- Cabell Huntington Hospital, Lourdes Medical Pavilion and Newport Imaging -- deployed the new Plasmon UDO Archive Appliance.
Plasmon collaborates with Personal Access Communications Systems (PACS), and health information services partners and integrators, such as GE Healthcare and Agfa to offer archiving for PACS systems. Both Plasmon UDO Archive Appliance and the UDO libraries can be integrated into the GE Centricity PACS System or Agfa's Impax Archive Management System.
Seagate introduces 1 TB desktop drive Seagate Technology introduced a three-quarter 1 terabyte (TB) external hard drive. The Seagate 750 GB Pushbutton Backup Hard Drive also includes
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