Fujifilm can simplify digital image access and analysis by using EMC hyper-converged appliances to increase efficiency, agility and savings
Fujifilm Medical Systems
EMC VxRail hyper-converged appliance
Give clinicians instant, on-demand access to digital images
Accelerate solution implementation times for new customers
Help customers meet changing imaging requirements
With EMC VxRail, Fujifilm can: Improve patient care and customer experience
Help ensure continuous delivery of medical services that depend on imaging
Boost customer service levels with greater efficiency
Enhance innovation and flexibility
Hyper-convergence is ideal for delivering mission-critical imaging services
When Fujifilm Medical Systems learned about the EMC VxRail hyper-converged appliance, it began testing it. What caught engineers’ interest? The appliance includes the core physical and virtual technologies they require, including physical servers, storage and networking as well as VMware vSphere and VMware Virtual SAN. In addition, all components are fully integrated, preconfigured and pretested, so engineers can rapidly provision and scale customer environments using one bundled solution rather than having to deploy, configure and manage stand-alone server, storage and networking technologies.
Esteban Rubens, Senior Storage Architect, Fujifilm Medical Systems
With VxRail, Fujifilm can support VMs, SANs or a combination of both on one highly configurable appliance. And because engineers need less time to manage the hyper-converged solution compared with traditional environments, they can focus on innovation rather than day-to-day administrative tasks, which saves time and money.
With VxRail, Fujifilm can add new clients and modify services faster. Not only can engineers easily adjust the appliance to support different kinds of server and storage workloads, but also they can provision a new appliance in just 15 minutes. And because key integration and configuration processes are automated, the environment is repeatable and predictable.
By giving customers consistently fast and highly reliable access to imaging, clinicians can provide better care—and both clinicians and patients will experience less frustration.