GE Healthcare IT is the latest addition to Nexsan's global network of value-added resellers and OEM partners. The companies already share several customers, including Lenox Hill Radiology (New York, NY) and Metropolitan Diagnostic Imaging Group (Garden City, NY).
Don Woodlock, Vice President and General Manager, GE Healthcare IT said, Nexsan's solutions are well-designed for the unique needs of the healthcare market with cutting-edge security, system scalability and performance that help our customers meet compliance and privacy requirements while providing long-term storage of increasing amounts of PACS data. Our customers also value Nexsan's combination of high-density, affordable solutions with energy-efficient storage.
Philip Black, Nexsan president and CEO, remarked, GE Healthcare IT is one of the largest and most successful healthcare technology providers in the world, and their Web-based, single-desktop approach to PACS imaging is setting a new standard. When used with the secure, scalable and high-performance Nexsan Assureon, this solution gives providers fast access to critical information that can meaningfully improve patient care.
Nexsan Assureon is a secure, intelligent archive storage solution that combines patent-pending security features with high availability, scalability and performance into a single, fully integrated disk-based storage solution. Assureon was designed from the ground up specifically to address the long-term storage and management of fixed content and compliance information, making it ideal for healthcare organizations that want to continually improve business practices and proactively comply with regulations being enforced by numerous agencies. Nexsan offers a complete line of long-term disk storage solutions that offer exceptional price/performance and superior energy efficiency. A pioneer in green storage, Nexsan has delivered energy-efficient storage solutions since 2006 through its AutoMAID(TM) technology. AutoMAID, which is a standard feature on all Nexsan products, allows organizations to power down disk drives incrementally to an idle state.