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Load Balancing Medical Imaging Systems: PACS, VNA, DICOM, XDS & HL7

You can be confident that we’ve done something similar before, and you need someone who’s worked with all the major medical imaging specialists on similar projects. We have a few tricks we’ve learned from previous implementations. Due to the unique nature of DICOM, we find it is especially suited to our high-performance layer 4 direct routing mode.

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Load Balancing Media Asset Management (MAM)

There is an ever growing demand for digital content in today’s broadcast industry. This means the increased need to organize, assemble and deliver digital media assets as efficiently as possible.

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Load Balancing Carestream Vue

A picture archiving and communication system (PACS) is a medical imaging technology which provides economical storage and convenient access to images from multiple modalities (source machine types). Electronic images and reports are transmitted digitally via PACS. The universal format for PACS image storage and transfer is DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine). Non-image data, such as scanned documents, may be incorporated using consumer industry standard formats like PDF (Portable Document Format), once encapsulated in DICOM.

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Load Balancing RSA Authentication Manager

RSA Authentication Manager is a multi-factor authentication solution that verifies authentication requests and centrally administers authentication policies for enterprise networks. Use Authentication Manager to manage security tokens, users, multiple applications, agents, and resources across physical sites, and to help secure access to network and web-accessible applications, such as SSL-VPNs and web portals. RSA AMX (Authentication Manager Express) is aimed at small to medium size businesses but can also be load balanced in the same way.

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Load Balancing FTP Servers

FTP is an acronym for File Transfer Protocol. As the name suggests, FTP is used to transfer files between computers on a network. You can use FTP to exchange files between computer accounts, transfer files between an account and a desktop computer, or access online software archives. Keep in mind, however, that many FTP sites are heavily used and require several attempts before connecting.

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Load Balancing Streaming Media

Streaming media is video or audio content sent in compressed form over the Internet and played immediately, rather than being saved to the hard drive. With streaming media, a user does not have to wait to download a file to play it. Because the media is sent in a continuous stream of data it can play as it arrives. Users can pause, rewind or fast-forward, just as they could with a downloaded file, unless the content is being streamed live.

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Load Balancing Print Servers

A print server, or printer server, is a device that connects printers to client computers over a network. It accepts print jobs from the computers and sends the jobs to the appropriate printers, queuing the jobs locally to accommodate the fact that work may arrive more quickly than the printer can actually handle. Ancillary functions include the ability to inspect the queue of jobs to be processed, the ability to reorder or delete waiting print jobs, or the ability to do various kinds of accounting (such as counting pages, which may involve reading data generated by the printer(s)).

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Load Balancing LDAP Servers

LDAP, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, is an Internet protocol that email and other programs use to look up information from a server. LDAP is mostly used by medium-to-large organi­zations. If you belong to one that has an LDAP server, you can use it to look up contact info and the like. Otherwise, if you were just wondering about this acronym, you probably don’t need it. But feel free to read on to learn the story of this bit of Internet plumbing.

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