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Stratus Medical Grade Servers Deliver 24/7 Online Information Access and Application Availability
Date:2/19/2008

Healthcare industry's drive to digitize data creates need for 99.999%

server uptime reliability

MAYNARD, Mass., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- With virtually all healthcare record keeping and patient care functions converting to electronic formats, Stratus Technologies, Inc. today announced a class of industry-standard "medical grade" servers that provide the extreme reliability healthcare practices need to confidently computerize critical data such as patient charts and financial information.

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Stratus medical grade servers are field-proven to be capable of delivering the uninterrupted 24/7 access to digital data and information that ensure quality of care, workflow efficiency, automated decision support, effective management and cost control. In addition to being an ideal application platform, Stratus medical grade servers can support virtualization initiatives to cut IT overhead by consolidating applications on fewer physical servers.

According to Gartner Inc. Healthcare Research Director Barry R. Hieb, M.D, "As healthcare continues the migration to increasing reliance on clinical automation systems, high-availability hardware will become accepted as an infrastructure necessity. Equally important as raw availability will be ease of management and the ability to perform both hardware and software upgrades while the application continues to execute."

Stratus medical grade servers are designed to prevent failure and downtime. That sets them apart from conventional high-availability servers, which are designed to recover after a failure has occurred and disrupted operations. The specialized architecture, complete component redundancy and self-diagnosing and servicing features of Stratus servers provide uptime reliability in excess of 99.999 percent -- less than f
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