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iSCSI SAN Storage Solution for Healthcare Industry

iSCSI SAN for Healthcare Industry

The storage requirements for the healthcare industry are exploding and the need for reliable and scalable storage-area networking solutions is greater than ever.

Of course, the healthcare industry has long been required to comply with state and federal mandates for medical insurance coverage, patient privacy, HIPAA and other legal requirements that require vast amounts of storage.

Many healthcare professionals also are making the transition from maintaining expensive hardcopies of patient records and other sensitive data to digital formats that are less expensive to manage and more secure.

StarWind iSCSI SAN makes it far easier for healthcare professionals to comply with government regulations and to store and manage their growing data storage requirements.

One of the significant benefits to your company that come from deploying a StarWind SAN solution is that our software enables you to run a more competitive business without expending vital resources that detract from your core competency.

StarWind iSCSI SAN solutions install on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and Server 2008. You can convert your existing servers into a high-performance SAN in under 30 minutes over the popular iSCSI protocol. There’s no need to set up a Fiber Channel network or manage proprietary software or deploy other complex and expensive solutions.

You can customize StarWind Server Software with the addition of CDP & Snapshots,  Mirroring & Replication and VTL features. Our products enable you to do far more with fewer resources and in these tough economic times, your ROI is greater than ever. Most important, you’ll get enterprise-case solutions such as:


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