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Claron Nil Zero Footprint Viewer Showcased at RSNA 2012 Image Sharing Demonstration

November 29, 2012, Chicago— Technology, a leading developer of software for advanced visualization and image distribution, has been selected to showcase its Nil (No Install) viewer in the .  Nil zero footprint web-based viewer is a robust enterprise–class image sharing and visualization solution. Nil supports on-the-fly retrieval and viewing of images, reports and other imaging- related data from any XDS-I compliant archive using any web-enabled computer.

“Nil is a great tool to access HIE to retrieve historical exams and reports from multiple sites,” says Claudio Gatti, co-CEO of Claron.  “With XDS-I included in its new federated search functionality, Nil can present a complete unified timeline for a patient with all the local and remote exams. Unlike other zero footprint viewers, Nil supports the same level of functionality as specialized standalone diagnostic reading stations.”

At the RSNA Image Sharing Demonstration, attendees will complete mock imaging procedures, from scheduling them on a RIS through results reporting.  Then, they can access all data from the RSNA’s online XDS registry-repository and share information with other attendees using technology from participating image sharing vendors.  The RSNA architecture is similar to the technology utilized in the RSNA Image Share pilot project, funded by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB).

At RSNA, all showcased image exchange architecture will be based on the IHE Cross-Enterprise Document Sharing for Imaging (XDS-I) profile. Claron and other image sharing vendors were required to demonstrate the capabilities of their technology as part of the selection process.

About Claron Technology, Inc

Claron is dedicated to the application of image processing, image sharing and image distribution in medicine. It has extensive experience in developing systems that help clinicians identify anatomy and tissues of interest, visualize and analyze them, and securely distribute them on a variety of different platforms from desktop to smartphones. Claron helps healthcare providers deliver more value to their patients by making physicians more efficient and connected. For more details, visit

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