Visage Imaging announced today they have released Visage 7.1, the latest version of the Visage® 7 enterprise imaging platform. Visage 7's innovative, thin-client, server-side processing technology has been enhanced with new features providing usability, performance and enterprise-wide administration improvements. The minimal footprint Visage client application, which supports both Windows and OS X (e.g., PC and Mac) environments, includes a new integrated update mechanism. With Visage 7.1, in addition to not requiring any cumbersome local software controls, end users will experience one-click, seamless updates for future client releases.
Additionally, Visage 7.1 natively supports 64-bit Windows systems, allowing users to take full advantage of improved local system performance. For ease of administration, the Visage backend server now provides improved, sophisticated logging and auditing, as well as streamlined user management via Active Directory, Integrated Windows Authentication and LDAP. Pre-fetch flexibility has been improved with more configurability and support for pre-fetch from multiple DICOM nodes. Also, the context-aware online help introduced in 7.0.11 is now available in German (in addition to English). "There are dozens of viewers, and then there's Visage 7, " said Brad Levin, Visage Imaging's General Manager, North America. "Our latest release includes hundreds of small fixes and improvements, but what we really focused on was our ability to service enterprise-class environments. Outstanding viewer speed and performance for clinical and diagnostic reading, paired with excellent tools for scale is what sets Visage apart." Existing customers are encouraged to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy of "What's New in Visage 7.1" and schedule their system upgrade. To request a free online demonstration of Visage 7.1, please click here. For those attending the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) in Vienna from March 1-5, 2012, please experience Visage 7.1 at Visage Imaging Booth #22 in Expo A.