Remote Server or Dicom Server

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Hi:
I've got problems to understand the differences between Remote Server and Dicom Server.

I can connect one Onis Proffesional 2.3 with Remote Server to n modalities for store all images in my facility and use another workstation with Remote Client at home for Q&R Images in the viewer with OnDemand technologie or I should use Dicom Server?

Best regards.

Javier
 
4/1/2011 5:59:35 AM

madric
Hello Javier,

The Dicom Server is a server that is compliant with the DICOM3 protocol. Your modalities can store images directly to the Dicom Server and any third party Dicom viewer can also connect to the Dicom server to retrieve some studies.

The Remote Server uses a different protocol. Modalities cannot connect to the Remote Server to store images. Only other Onis softwares can connect to it. When you access to a Remote server from Onis, you can browse the studies, store studies, retrieve studies, like through the DICOM server. The big difference is that you can also see the annotations and reports. You can also make, modify and save annotations directly on the server. You can work online, all your data will be stored on the server and you can access to your reports and annotations from anywhere, as long as you have an access to the Remote Server. For example, let's say that you have one Onis with the remote server on the computer A. You have also 2 computers running Onis (B and C), one in your office and one in your home. From home, you connect to the remote server, load one studies, make annotations and report, then save everything you did. The next day, you go to your office, using the computer B. When you load the same study, you can see the reports and annotation that you did at your home.

Also, the remote server allows to define different permission for each user.

I hope this answer to your question. If you need more details, please feel free to contact us.

Regards,



 
4/4/2011 7:48:36 PM
 
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