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ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM Storage System Debuts in Rorke Data Booth at RSNA

HIPAA-compliant DICOM storage system provides cost-effective and secure archival storage of medical images, patient data and business files

CHICAGO, Nov. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- RSNA 2008 -- ProStor Systems, the leading developer of removable disk storage systems, will unveil its ProStor InfiniVault(R)-DICOM storage system to the healthcare community at this fall's RSNA 2008 Conference in Chicago, from Nov. 30 to Dec. 5. ProStor will showcase ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM with their partner, Rorke Data, in Rorke Booth #7513.

ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM is an intelligent long-term storage solution that addresses the need for expanded storage capacity in organizations that are creating an increasing number of images and retaining them for longer periods of time. The system is also ideal for replacing obsolete deep archive technologies including tape and optical storage. In addition to DICOM images, ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM stores and properly retains electronic medical records and business files. The scalable and affordable system manages DICOM objects over the network for modalities, RIS, HIS and PACS systems. Patients, doctors, technicians and healthcare administrators alike benefit from this cost-effective system that easily drops into existing environments with DICOM 3.0 conformance and HIPAA compliance.

Unlike other disk-based storage systems, ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM integrates industry leading RDX(R) removable disk cartridges to provide the performance of online storage with the economics of offline storage. The system simplifies the management of data by enabling secure local and remote access to images, automatically making multiple copies of data for offsite archival and disaster recovery. ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM also automates data retention with HIPAA compliance, including the disposition of images and data.

The ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM Model 100 System is capable of managing more than 1 billion studies in DICOM format. Each 500 GB removable disk cartridge employed by ProStor InfiniVault can store 500 multi-slice CT scans, 2,500 MRIs or 10,000 X-rays at a time. With up to 100 RDX cartridges online and an infinite number offline, ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM can manage all DICOM image and file needs of an organization.

"We're pleased to partner with ProStor to provide to the healthcare community the best archive storage for CT scans, MRIs, digitized X-rays and EMR files," said Joe Rorke, vice president of marketing and business development of Rorke Data. "We chose ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM because it is a scalable, secure and affordable solution for PACS DICOM image archiving and can also be used for the storage of HIS, RIS, patient records and business data."

Buzz Walker, vice president of marketing for ProStor Systems, agreed, "Imaging labs, regional clinics and hospitals looking for a DICOM-compliant system to address their growing capacity needs will find that ProStor InfiniVault-DICOM is a superior cost-effective alternative to traditional disk, tape or optical archive solutions and provides protection from technology obsolescence and migration."

Attendees who stop by the Rorke booth will get the chance to win a 42" LCD HDTV and view a demo of the new product.

About ProStor Systems

ProStor Systems is the leader in enterprise-class removable disk storage systems for backup and data preservation providing the benefits of online storage with the economics of offline storage. ProStor InfiniVault(R) virtualizes removable disk with network disk to dramatically lower data retention costs and power consumption. The ProStor InfiniVault data preservation operating system also simplifies how IT professionals in departments and small through mid-tier companies can provide users with low-cost, long-term data availability to meet even the most stringent governance, regulatory and legal retention requirements.

ProStor InfiniVault won a bronze award as Product of the Year in the backup and disaster recovery category by ProStor Systems is the developer of RDX(R) technology, the de-facto standard in removable disk with more than 90 percent of the market for business server and workstation backup and over 100,000 customers and 40 petabytes of disk capacity shipped. Available worldwide through a variety of OEMs, RDX solutions provide the performance and reliability of disk while exceeding the removability and long-term retention benefits traditionally associated with tape.

For more information about ProStor Systems or InfiniVault, visit or contact the company at or 303-565-3100.

ProStor Systems, RDX and InfiniVault are registered trademarks of ProStor Systems, Inc. All other trademarks are properties of their respective owners.

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