Virtualization Technology News and Information
Avreo Capacifi HA Virtualizes and Hyperconverges Resources and Infrastructure Providing High Availability to Critical Healthcare Systems

Avreo, Inc., developer of healthcare workflow solutions, announced today the release of Avreo Capacifi HA.  With this technology, healthcare organizations can leverage the power of the Internet of Medical Things and the Cloud to ensure high availability of their valuable healthcare systems and data without maintaining a vast on-site infrastructure.  With real-time replication, ransomware protection, push button failover, and local and cloud restoration, Avreo Capacifi HA offers healthcare organizations of all types with an added level of data protection, security, and availability in an easily deployed package.

Avreo Capacifi HA is available as a stand-alone solution to support existing critical healthcare systems or can be directly added to Avreo's interWORKS RIS/PACS, providing an additional level of availability to this streamlined single database, single application solution.  

"We have found that many healthcare organizations consider only large-scale disasters when planning for their critical healthcare data and systems," stated Jonah Still, CTO of Avreo. "However, something as simple as failed internet connectivity or ransomware infection can have a devastating impact on patient care. While High Availability is typically a costly, complicated solution available only to organizations with large IT departments, Avreo Capacifi HA IoMT appliance virtualizes resources and infrastructure with its Hybrid IT design, giving you the best of both worlds." 

Avreo Capacifi HA is vendor neutral and can support a variety of healthcare systems, including EHR, RIS, and PACS, through hyperconvergence technology. Convenient pay-as-you-go pricing with no upfront fees or contractual commitment provides peace of mind in an affordable package. 

Published Monday, October 30, 2017 3:43 PM by David Marshall
There are no comments for this post.
To post a comment, you must be a registered user. Registration is free and easy! Sign up now!
<October 2017>