TDK Launches New Medical DVD/CD Recording Station
Sep 14, 2004
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Medical device manufacturer TDK Medical announced the launch of its DMC-2000 DICOM Media Creator, a medical DVD and VD recording solution that incorporates an integrated PC. Connected to any DICOM network, the DMC-2000 network appliance enables on-demand recording of patient studies to DVD or CD, reducing film costs and streamlining workflow.

Supporting the DMC-2000's launch, TDK is debuting a new and improved application of its BluPrint (TM) recording software that is said to be faster and easier to use than previous applications.

"The introduction of our DMC-2000 DICOM Media Creator and BluPrint software represents a major step forward in the field of digital medical imaging. For the first time, institutions of any size have access to a fully integrated, all-in-one network appliance that has an extremely small footprint and delivers unmatched effficiencies by streamlining workflow and reducing costs in comparison to operating a film printer," said Michael Sutherland, vice president, TDK Medical Division of TDK Electronics Corp.

The DMC-2000 is capable of holding 50 DVDs or CDs, providing considerable production capacity without reloading. To provide easy disc identificaiton, the DMC-2000 automatically prints patient and facility information on each disc's label. The DMC-2000 is now available to medical institutions throughout the U.S.

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