What is a PACS server?
A PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) server is a computer a image file server for the short- and long-term storage, retrieval, management, distribution and presentation of medical images. Medical equipment can automatically store the medical images on the PACS server. Other computers, equipped with Medical Computer Networks DICOM user account can store and retrieve images directly from the PACS server.
A high performance and an intuitive interactive user interface, Medical Computer Networks Cloud based PACS Server and DICOM Viewer is a very easy to use solution for your medical image needs.
It can be installed in your own server as a private cloud. This approach gives you a self hosted PACS with DICOM clients in your own LAN.
A cloud based server/client PACS solution is also available with all the same features as the private cloud deployment. It fully supports the DICOM standard for an easy integration in your workflow environment.
Minimum System Requirements:
PACS Server: Pentium or newer CPU, 16GB of RAM, 50GB HDD, Windows Server or Linux Server.
DICOM Workstations: Pentium or newer CPU, 8GB of RAM, 50GB HDD. Windows, Linux or Mac.
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