Dell Fluid Data architecture provides the backbone for patient information at Kansas Spine Hospital

Dell Fluid Data architecture provides the backbone for patient information at Kansas Spine Hospital

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With more than 80 percent of Kansas Spine Hospital's data flowing into its picture archive communication system (PACS), the hospital faced a major challenge as the existing storage became too difficult to scale.

After evaluating storage systems from several vendors, the hospital settled on the Dell Compellent Storage Center storage area network (SAN), part of the Dell Fluid Data architecture.

Read this brief case study now to learn more about the challenges that Kansas Spine Hospital faced, how it overcame them with Dell's solution and the benefits is reaped, including:

  • Simplified administration
  • Reduced bandwidth and capacity costs
  • Savings of about 85% on acquisition costs for a backup solution by leveraging disaster recovery features
  • And more.
Vendor:
Dell, Inc.
Posted:
08 Mar 2012
Published:
07 Mar 2012
Format:
PDF
Length:
4 Page(s)
Type:
Case Study
Language:
English
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