Technology | November 08, 2010

Software Client Actively Monitors Image Flow

The DICOMetrix, from Double Black Imaging, is a proactive DICOM image flow and network performance monitoring solution. It allows PACS administrators, directors and IT personnel to actively monitor and track system performance, and alert support staff about system slow-downs and outages.

The software client comes in three tiers. The first tier is a client that sits at the workstation level (Rad station, CD burner, Rimage, film scanners, etc) and monitors how fast the images are coming into a particular station. The second tier is the DICOMetrix server that monitors outgoing traffic and IPs sending into the server. The third tier is the company’s Web-based enterprise solution, WebDES, that monitors all clients and servers in one easy-to-access location.

After baselining the enterprise, it allows a user to set alerts for notifications if any levels drop. The early warning system proactively tracks DICOM image flow and network problems.

For more information: www.doubleblackimaging.com

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