Nexsan Intros Archiving App

Nexsan is launching its new archiving appliance designed to meet medical records and imaging needs

February 23, 2007

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WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. -- Nexsan Technologies, the leader in innovative and secure storage solutions, is launching its new archiving appliance designed to meet medical records and imaging needs at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's (HIMSS) Annual Conference & Exhibition in Booth 6646 of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans Feb. 26 through March 1.

As the healthcare industry continues its shift from paper records to electronic versions, there is an overwhelming need for secure, searchable and cost-effective HIPAA-compliant storage and retrieval solutions. Nexsan has developed its new archiving appliance to help providers make the transition to electronic health records by creating a platform that takes existing files and moves them to a secure and accessible online environment.

Nexsan's new archiving appliance is a cost-effective alternative to tape and optical storage products that provides access to critical information on demand when needed. Medical information is safely secured through an encrypted storage architecture that takes an active approach to protecting the integrity of mission-critical data. Nexsan's solutions exceeds all HIPAA standards and is designed to be interoperable with existing EMR, HER, PHR and PACS systems with support for HL7, DICOM and IHE standards.

"The latest addition to our secure storage and archiving solutions has been tailor made to the exacting specifications of the healthcare industry and is designed to both protect important information as required by law as well as providing the immediate accessibility that many other medical products fail to offer," said Brendan Kinkade, Vice President of Marketing at Nexsan. "We are expecting an eager audience of attendees at the HIMSS event who are looking for a solution that will meet their needs as they shift from antiquated records management to a forward-thinking electronic storage retention system."

Nexsan Technologies Inc.

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