Supporting Medical Imaging in the Cloud: Solution Brief

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Carestream Health boosts the capacity of its cloud-based medical imaging service with the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family

Company
Carestream Health is a global leader in medical imaging IT. It provides workflow solutions such as picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), vendor neutral archiving (VNA) and a universal imaging viewer for referring physicians. Besides supplying on-site solutions, Carestream has been providing cloud-based services for the last five years, managing these via a cost-per-procedure operational model. With 10 data centers worldwide, Caresteam's loud Services enable scalable data center design, allowing broader and secure access to imaging results - including a zero-footprint viewer that can be used on a wide range of end-user devices.

Challenge

Providing access to medical imaging via the cloud is a compute- and data-intensive process. Even excluding growth in the number of users of its services, Carestream regularly needs to increase the processing power at its disposal to account for ever-more-detailed images and the larger file sizes they bring. Combined with rising global demand for its cloud services, this makes it essential for Carestream to have a powerful, scalable data center platform that can accommodate more users without compromising service quality.

Solution
As a regular user of the latest processing technologies, Carestream has a long-standing relationship with Intel that enables it to trial upcoming processor updates. It identified the potential of the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family to help it boost the processing capacity of its cloud computing service. Carestream was interested in testing the new technology to determine how it could serve more users simultaneously while delivering top service.

Benefits
Carestream’s tests showed the Intel Xeon processor E5 family could help it meet the challenges of serving more users and handling more data-intensive workloads. Compared to the previous generation of Intel Xeon processors, the latest models can process images up to 28 percent faster.

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