Rogan-Delft introduces new product Suite and "PACS in a box"

Veenendaal 12 September 2003Rogan-Delft B.V., part of Delft Diagnostic Imaging and specialised in everything on-line PACS solutions, has introduced the Rogan OnLine XS product suite and a turnkey solution "PACS in a box". The new, extremely scalable, Rogan OnLine XS product suite can handle small modality archiving up to large multi-sided enterprise PACS archives in a no single point of failure set-up.

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Because of improved architectural design, performance of the new product suite is increased by a further 35 percent compared to the current record breaking Rogan Hyper-Archive. Part of the new Rogan OnLine XS suite are the productivity tools designed to maximise patient throughput.

All of these Rogan-Delft products can be integrated in current hospital EPD/RIS/HIS architecture and work flow to maximise productivity and streamline operations. Rogan OnLine XS products will offer the industry's most comprehensive PACS package, integrating high-speed data transfer, remote Web image review, and automated back-up.

Rogan-Delft has teamed up with sister company Oldelft Benelux, systems integrator and PACS supplier in the Benelux, to provide their resellers channel with a new turnkey product suite "PACS in a box". By introducing "PACS in a box" and the Rogan OnLine XS product suite, products will be now available both in turnkey and software only solution. This will reduce implementation time and creates a more efficient use of recourses.

Bart Hendriks, international sales manager for Rogan-Delft, stated: "The market asks for step-in, scalable systems that are easy to use, easy to choose and easy to configure. OnLine XS products can be installed by any IT department or modality vendor and are now both available in turnkey and software only solutions." By use of this scalable "radiologist driven" solution from Rogan-Delft, the work flow will be improved in such a positive way that more patients can be handled in a shorter time frame.

Rogan-Delft's Everything OnLine (EOL) and Multiple Archive Storage Server (MASS) architecture are still the fastest PACS architectures commercially available today and overcome the shortcoming of old "system" driven pre-fetching architecture such as underperforming, inflexibility and difficult pre-fetching, especially with larger data sets such as MSCT. More information on Rogan-Delft can be found in the VMW July 2003 article Xograph Imaging Systems to distribute Rogan-Delft PACS products.


Leslie Versweyveld

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