HyperIP can significantly increase the access to a centralized repository of medical images. Most healthcare organizations rely on a data center location to house customer MRI or X-ray images. These images are accessed by remote office locations or sent offsite for backup or Disaster Recovery purposes. HyperIP’s award winning technology has the ability to mitigate the effects of latency and limited bandwidth to remote offices from the centralized data store.
HyperIP is a virtual appliance installed under VMware’s VSphere, ESX, or ESXi hypervisor. It allows the healthcare provider to centralize the data repository of patient information for better management, HIPAA security, and ease of backup or replication of the data. With HyperIP, the customer can allow the remote offices to reduce their access time to the medical images by over 5x allowing the customer to reduce the need to upgrade bandwidth to those offices from the data center. Access to the customer images more efficiently allows the healthcare provider to better serve more patients, faster, reducing diagnosis time and allowing the provider to improve productivity.
In a Disaster Recovery scenario, HyperIP can increase the backup and recovery of critical data replicated to a DR facility by over 4x. This prevents the requirement to upgrade the bandwidth to the DR site or allows the company to leverage cheaper WAN circuits over broadband, the public internet, or MPLS infrastructure. HyperIP mitigates packet loss and latency on these WAN circuits to increase throughput to nearly LAN speeds, without buying expensive fiber optic networks.