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Date:2/19/2008

ive minutes per year in continuous operation.

"When all your physicians are relying on electronic charts and documentation, you can't afford to have the system down at all," said Ryan Bonner, IT manager for the 80-employee Orthopedic Center of St. Louis. "That is the reliability Stratus medical grade ftServer systems provide. We have had nothing but success with it."

More than 400 Stratus ftServer systems are installed in hospitals, clinics and physician practices worldwide. The company allies with leading software providers and systems integrators, including firms such as Agfa, Sage and JJWild/MEDITECH, to deliver comprehensive, resilient system solutions to the healthcare industry. Further, as virtualization technology sweeps through IT data centers everywhere, the need for a trustworthy physical host platform has never been more necessary.

According to Mark R. Anderson, CEO of AC Group, "Healthcare organizations face numerous issues and problems on a daily basis. One area of growing importance is technology uptime when mission-critical clinical applications are deployed. Based on our research, if a system is not available a minimum of 99.99 percent (four 9's) of the time, healthcare organizations will not consider the application reliable enough to use in the future. Based on our published study, Cost of Downtime, every "9" below the 99.99 percent costs the average 300-bed hospital more than $3 million per year and over $1 million for the average 50-provider practice. Given the cost of downtime, we recommend that all of our clients seek out hardware vendors offering a minimum uptime of 99.999 percent."

This trend in the healthcare industry also increases pressure upon the IT organizations and professional staff charged with supporting computer-based operations. "A confluence of healthcare market forces -- not the least of which are payer and federal mandates -- are causing rapid growth in information technology infrastructures, along w
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