Neutral Archive Showcased at SIIM 2012
Secure Healthcare Cloud Storage and Vendor Neutral Archive Showcased by GNAX Health at SIIM 2012 Conference
(Gawkwire) - GNAX Health, a leading healthcare technology infrastructure and application delivery service provider, will present its medical image cloud archive and vendor neutral archive (VNA) solutions at the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida, June 7 – 10, 2012.
GNAX Health offers private cloud, multi-tenant cloud, and distributed object-based elastic storage (DOES™) for healthcare providers; including a vendor neutral archive for medical image sharing and archiving. Michael Gray of Gray Consulting, who presented a HIMSS webinar on January 26, 2012, Breaking the VNA Entry Barrier, agrees that VNAs solve most of the problems associated with PACS, can save money over the long term, and prepare an enterprise to participate in a health information exchange (HIE).
“Data storage needs will continue rise by orders of magnitude in the foreseeable future,” comments GNAX Health chief technology officer, Mariano Maluf. “This need will drive healthcare IT executives to the cloud, where economies of scale and pay-as-you-go pricing can be realized.” GNAX Health’s archive solutions include diverse geographic replication, a complete security suite and a platform to exchange medical image studies across PACS and hospitals in disparate locations.
All of GNAX Health’s cloud computing and archive solutions can be discussed with the company’s executives in booth #529 at SIIM 2012.
About GNAX Health
GNAX Health is a leading healthcare technology infrastructure and application delivery service provider offering hospitals, IDNs, clinics, labs and many other healthcare organizations mission-critical datacenter colocation, managed application delivery, backup & disaster recovery, medical image archive and vendor neutral archive (VNA), as well as enterprise level VMware-based cloud computing services. GNAX's 70,000 square feet mission-critical datacenter in Atlanta is SSAE 16 Type II compliant with Tier-4 power and serves as its home base with an additional strategic facility located in Dallas, Texas. Learn more at http://www.gnaxhealth.com.