Cloud Based Storage Services Provider DeepWell Archival Services Announces Integration Partnership with ASPYRA, LLC
DeepWell Archival Services announces completion of integration partnership agreement with image management workflow solution provider, ASPYRA, LLC. Now offering cloud based PACS neutral archive of medical image data
Centennial, CO (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
DeepWell Archival Services, Inc. (“The Company”), a cloud based storage services company focused on the long term PACS neutral archival of medical image data, announced today that it has consummated an integration partnership agreement with imaging workflow solution provider, ASPYRA, LLC. Under the terms of the agreement ASPYRA will offer the Company’s vendor neutral archive (VNA) technology as an integrated component of its innovative line of RIS/PACS workflow solutions.
“We are extremely excited about the opportunity to partner with a global leader in the radiology and specialty RIS/PACS workflow space,” said Brian Sobnosky, CEO of DeepWell. Sobnosky added, “The relationship with ASPYRA gives us an opportunity to work with the ASPYRA team in offering our cloud based VNA solution to its entire U.S. based customer base of over (100) imaging organizations. DeepWell and ASPYRA are now offering a fully integrated medical image storage solution to provide a broad spectrum of imaging organizations with feature rich disaster recovery (DR) and business continuity functionality, storage automation, and robust deep archive technology, including automated data migrations to latest-greatest storage technologies. And it’s available for a ‘one time fee’ for the life of the information.”
“We are passionate about offering imaging centers, specialty practices, clinics, and hospitals of all sizes, leading edge workflow solutions with our affordable and scalable RIS/PACS suite of products,” said Scott Treiber, ASPYRA RIS/PACS Solution Center Manager. “Our team is continuing to build on that philosophy through the integration of DeepWell’s unique VNA technology. We are confident that our existing customers, as well as future clients, will be very receptive to the ‘storage on demand’ scalability feature of the integrated storage and archive solution, especially when you consider the enhanced DR and business continuance functionality features as well.” Treiber continued, “We feel that there is simply no better storage alternative for ensuring the reliability, security, and long term preservation our customers’ medical image and report data. The integrated VNA solution is currently available across our entire line of integrated RIS/PACS workflow solutions.”
About DeepWell Archival Services
DeepWell Archival Services is a privately held technology development and integration company, and North American licensee for German based Telepaxx Medical Archiving GmbH. Specializing in vendor neutral archive (aka PACS neutral archive) solutions, and utilizing software and technology responsible for the safe, secure archival of over 1.6 billion medical images worldwide, the Company provides cloud based “storage as a service” product offerings for medical imaging professionals and organizations of all sizes. For press inquiries, please contact Brian F. Sobnosky at (303) 949-6038, or brian(at)deepwellarchive(dot)com. Additional information on DeepWell Archival Services is available at: http://www.deepwellarchive.com/
ASPYRA, LLC is a privately held, global, Software and Services Company specializing in Radiological Imaging and Laboratory Information Systems. ASPYRA is recognized for providing flexible, engineered workflow solutions that include software, interfaces, and professional services to specialty labs, reference labs, clinics, hospitals, imaging centers and orthopedic practices worldwide. ASPYRA forges long-term partnerships and can help proof-read your business growth plans through four key values essential to today’s business-Adaptability, Efficiency, Collaboration and Throughput. If you would like to view a PDF version, please email csilletti(at)aspyra(dot)com.
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