OKI Launching Four New DICOM Printers Optimized for Printing from Medical Devices
December 2, 2104 – OKI Data Corporation reports that it’s launching four unique Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) printers developed for the medical-imaging market. OKI is currently demonstrating its new C610DM, C711DM, C831DM, and C910DM High Definition color printers in booth 6406 (North Building, Hall B) at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2014 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting now being held November 30–December 5, 2014 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.
OKI says the C610DM, C711DM, C831dn and C910DM printers feature fully embedded DICOM print servers, and employ OKI’s toner-based LED-array color printing technology for printing color and monochrome output from medical devices without the need for conversion software or external hardware, and on a wide range of media.
The printers handles letter (A4) and 11″x17″ (A3) size media for printing non-diagnostic X-rays, nuclear-medicine scans, and ultrasound image from medical equipment. The printers may be also be used for standard office printing, reducing the number of printers and different printer supplies needed in the organization. As a result, they’re said to be ideal for hospitals, clinics, and medical-training establishments, as well as for dentists and veterinary practices.
“The C610DM, C711DM, C831DM and C910DM from OKI offer many of the same legendary features and functionality as other models from our broad and award-winning portfolio – but with the added benefit of embedded DICOM technology,” commented Patrick Rabel, director of the Medical Solution Department for OKI Data Corporation.
“OKI printing solutions are known for their media flexibility, high quality output, reliability, ease of use, and low total cost of ownership,” continued Rabel. “Our four DICOM color printers are no exception. We are pleased to introduce them at this year’s RSNA show and demonstrate the ways in which they can integrate with clinical imaging systems to meet both DICOM and a range of office printing needs.”