St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center installs IBM TotalStorage

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St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center in Syracuse, N.Y., has deployed IBM's TotalStorage infrastructure to provide access to more than two terabytes (TB) of current critical patient data, and to overall boost storage capacity and help the organization in its shift to digital x-ray.

St. Joseph's worked with IBM Global Services to replace its former storage hardware with the IBM infrastructure which includes the company's DS4100, DS4300, and ESS 800 systems. An IBM eServer p630 system also was installed to help run IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, IBM's backup and recovery software. The upgraded system is designed to store up to 15 TB of data and to retrieve patient records in seconds, IBM said.