dtSearch Corp. unveiled version 7.4 of its dtSearch product line that is able to instantly search terabytes of text across a desktop, network, internet or intranet. The dtSearch product line also lets developers add dtSearch’s terabyte indexer search functionality and file format support to web-based and other applications. With this new version, the tool expands support to Microsoft’s MS Vista XMP metadata to the list of fielded data that the dtSearch product line (including the dtSearch Spider) supports. The new release also adds support for XML Paper Specification and additional MS Office 2007 file types.
All dtSearch products can index over a terabyte of text in a single index. Indexed search time is typically less than a second, even across terabytes of data. Along with the terabyte indexer, all dtSearch products generally share the same feature set:
- More than two dozen indexed, unindexed, full-text and fielded data search options;
- Display of HTML, XML and PDF files with highlighted hits and with embedded images, links and formatting intact;
- Built-in HTML converters for browser display of non-web-ready content—database, word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, ZIP, CSV, Unicode, and other popular file types—with highlighted hits; and
- XML-based distributed searching, including integrated display of local and remote content
The product line also embeds the dtSearch Spider, providing support for:
- Public sites, secure content HTTPS, password-accessible sites, and forms-based authentication;
- Searching of web-based content to any specified level of horizontal or vertical depth;
- Searching of static content as well as dynamic content with WYSIWYG display of native web-based content with highlighted hits; and
- Integrated relevancy-ranking of Spidered and non-Spidered content (all with highlighted hits)
Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation introduced the first pen-enabled notebooks with solid state drives (SSDs). The LifeBook P1610 and LifeBook B6210 portables will offer an option for an SSD, an advanced NAND flash-based replacement for traditional hard disk drives. Designed for optimal portability and data protection, the highly durable mobile computer offers lower power consumption, ruggedness, reliability, and improved performance.
The 2.2-pound LifeBook P1610 convertible touch screen notebook and 3.2-pound LifeBook B6210 touch screen notebook are now offered with two flash-based SSDs, 16 GB or 32 GB.
Primera Technology and NAI Tech Products introduced a new medical solution that writes DICOM images from any medical imaging modality to CD or DVD automatically. NAI’s MDR Express Software – when integrated in Primera’s Disc Publisher XRP (Server Package) – offers an automatic disc production from every modality just by clicking a button.
Rimage launched its newest Medical Disc, featuring an all-new software package, with completely hands-free operation and higher throughput. The new system includes: faster output; DICOM 3.0 Part 10 compliant disc production; Publisher software that anticipates and automatically manages operating conditions, streamlines workflows and maximizes performance; lower cost through the Rimage Everest thermal retransfer printing system that costs up to one-third less to supply and maintain than inkjet printing systems; and replaceable parts that can be used for on-site troubleshooting and repair.
UltraRAD Corporation released UltraGateway Version 3.0, the newest version of the DICOM Gateway. This version includes enhancements that will allow the user to increase throughput with added ability to facilitate workflow. Version 3.0 includes:
- An easy to use interface allowing for remote configuration;
- Enhancements to manage multiple concurrent users and large databases;
- Throughput optimization;
- New control wizards;
- DICOM compliant 128 bit encryption;
- Increased JPEG 2000 support;
- DICOM storage commitment;
- Simultaneous inbound and outbound DICOM streams;
- Advanced auto-routing features; and
- Simplistic sign in and installation feature upgrades.
Using the UltraGATEWAY 3.0 solution, any facility can collect digital DICOM data from various sources and process, store and distribute them simultaneously within the facility and out to any remote location for primary reading or consultation purposes.