News | June 09, 2009

FUJIFILM Takes Virtualization to the Next Level

June 9, 2009 – FUJIFILM Medical Systems USA said it has taken several steps to further its expertise in virtualization by becoming the first PACS vendor to officially validate its virtualization solution at VMware corporate headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif.
Fujifilm already has dozens of fully-virtualized Synapse environments (PACS, RIS, Cardiovascular) implemented across the U.S. Now, to further bolster its virtualization capabilities, Fujifilm has added several achievements including
Fujifilm has recently taken three steps to assure its proficiency with the available technologies in the virtualization space. The company has:
- Formalized its five-year relationship with VMware and is now an official Technology Alliance partner (TAP) program member.
- Installed, configured and tested its Synapse products at VMware’s headquarters in Palo Alto. Healthcare facilities can have confidence that the virtualized solution that will be recommended and installed has been fine tuned to work optimally in their environment.
- Developed in-house virtualization expertise with VMware certified professional (VCP) and certified design expert (VCX) designations achieved by numerous staff. Employees continue to earn these certifications, assuring a comprehensive knowledge of the virtual requirements and best practices that enable the delivery of a customized solution ideal for each unique facility.

For more information: www.fujimed.com

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