2008) the two layer architecture in which the second part of the system is based on JPIP protocol.
JPIP protocol defines a complete syntax for JPEG2000 image streaming and it is employed since 2004.
While similar functionality is currently offered with proprietary client/server products, JPIP introduces the first fully DICOM-compliant solution.
DICOM standards previously allowed only for transfer of entire image files, where JPIP adds the capability to transport portions of JPEG 2000 images on demand, such as a low-resolution version or a region of interest within an image.
It is a standards-based software development toolkit (SDK) that offers unprecedented ease of integration of JPIP
streaming into a client viewer.
Client and Server Tools for viewing high resolution images with minimal network bandwidth requirements.
AccuRad includes implementations of the JPEG 2000 and JPIP imaging standards, which employ advanced compression and streaming techniques to greatly reduce the file size of medical images and improve transmission time.
JPIP is a client/server communication protocol defined in Part 9 of the JPEG 2000 (ISO/IEC 15444:9) suite of standards, officially entitled "Interactivity Tools, APIs and Protocols.
Aware's AccuRad solution also includes implementations of the JPEG 2000 and JPIP
imaging standards, which employ advanced compression and streaming techniques to greatly reduce the file size of medical images and improve transmission time.
, Part 9 of the JPEG 2000 standard, now provides a DICOM-compliant protocol for ultra-efficient client/server transport and viewing of JPEG 2000 medical images
Specialized SDKs Feature Support for Vista OS, JPIP
Compression Streaming Protocol, and Medical Waveforms Plus Advanced Support for CAD & PDF File Editing
DEV Distance provides streaming through JPIP
a robust network communications and workflow toolbox to allow images to be quickly and securely transmitted over telecom and wireless networks, organized for effective and accurate reading;