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Aspirus Eases Pain of Rapid Data Growth With an EMC Information Infrastructure
Date:3/1/2010

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Based in Wausau, Wis., Aspirus deployed a tiered information infrastructure to maximize the performance and efficiency of clinical and business information workflows required for optimum care delivery.  Aspirus relies on an EMC CLARiiON® CX4 networked storage system with enterprise flash drives delivering ultra-high performance and business continuity for its Epic electronic medical record (EMR) and clinical management applications, CLARiiON CX3 and EMC Celerra for its Sectra PACS radiology and cardiology imaging systems.  Aspirus archives its medical images using an EMC Centera® content-addressed storage and will soon use EMC SourceOne™ to archive its Microsoft Exchange emails. Additionally, Aspirus replaced Symantec NetBackup with EMC NetWorker® and EMC Avamar® backup software to provide data deduplication and centralized, automated backup and recovery.

Tom Whalen, Aspirus' IT Server and Storage Infrastructure Team Leader, said, "Deploying the industry-leading EMC CLARiiON with flash technology has helped us deliver fast performance and reduced our end-user read cycles from 12 to 15 milliseconds to 1 to 1.5 milliseconds. And, our clinical batch processing times have been reduced by 430 percent.  As a result, our physicians, radiologists and administrative employees are able to rapidly retrieve clinical and patient information to provide a higher level of clinical service."


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